Hello! Welcome to COTL, a discussion place for BIPOC. Posted the first 3 Wednesdays of the month
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- Nobody on this thread is more or less a person of color than anyone else. (We will not set clearly delineated boundaries on who qualifies as a ‘person of color.’ As a starting point, this thread uses the definition of ‘non-European heritage of sufficient prominence to affect one’s navigation of a society built on white normativity.’ However, we recognize that there are identities which skirt either side of the divide. If people feel that they meaningfully experience the identity of being a person of color, then they are welcome to participate.)
To celebrate the end of the year, we’re wrapping up with some of our favorite BIPOC created pop culture of 2022. This week’s will be books and comics!
Tell us your favorite BIPOC created books and comics that were created (or that you discovered) in 2022!
Thank you Sir Simon Milligan, for coming up with this topic! And that concludes our 2022 pop culture wrap up! See you next year!
As always, off prompt posts are welcome!