Black Space offers a place for Black women writers and for those interested in our work. Black Space builds on a long tradition of collaboration and dialogue between scholars of Black women’s literature and Black women writers. Black Space rests on the solid foundation crafted with love and fierce dedication to our past, present, and future by our foremothers that “Black women are inherently valuable, that our liberation is a necessity not as an adjunct to somebody else’s but because of our need as human persons for autonomy.” Black Space is an ever evolving place.

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4 comments on “About

  1. David Haynes says:

    Thank you for following the Kimbilio Project. We would so appreciate a post to your blog sharing with your readers our advent and also, to any writers who follow you, the opportunity to become a fellow.

    • blackspaceblog says:

      The Kimblio Project sounds great. an idea: why don’t you email me (rparis@msu.edu) and maybe we can do a quick email interview I can post to help spread the word.

  2. Greetings Family,

    I recently read a blog entitled,”An Open Letter Of Love To Black Students…” It touched the depth of my soul. I would like to recite it at our upcoming African-American Read In: A Literacy Campaign program. Can you provide me with the author of this very powerful piece? Giving credit, where credit is due.

    Standing with you and my other Sisters and Brothers!


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