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Hey, everyone! We’re so incredibly excited to share this episode about Legendborn by Tracy Deonn. It’s a captivating, innovative and insightful riff on Arthurian legend set in contemporary North Carolina. Jessie and Cynthia’s (of @cynthiasreadinglist) campaign to get everyone to read this book continues!
Content warning for discussions of racism, slavery, and parental death
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behold, show notes!
- Shoutout to our new patron, Veronica! we <3 u
- Recommend if you like (RIYL): Arthurian legend stuff; any of L.L. McKinney’s Nightmare-verse books (A Blade so Black, A Dream so Dark, A Crown so Cursed)
- J mentions the John Oliver episode about the confederacy (and why we have white women to
thankblame for the damn confederate statues)
- Highly recommend this video unpacking the myth of the “model minority” (app. 40 min).
- Melissa Denizard breaks down racial battle fatigue (24 min video)
- “Racial battle fatigue is the result of psychological and physiological stress overload from specific race-related relationships between a racially marginalized individual and their environment.” We have scholar William A. Smith to thank for the term.
- Bree and Sel fics, anyone!? send them our way.
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