Interview with Rider University professor, on her book Black Comics and how graphic art has been used as a political tool for the Black community. #artscultureandentertainment #politicalaction #raceandethnicity
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There are four major factors that are having an impact on the cultural and economic dynamics of gayborhoods across the country, these are: legislation, assimilation, technology and age. Gayborhoods are losing their relevance as the LGBTQ community wins legal rights and greater social acceptance. Legal rights do not translate into greater social acceptance, however the significance of federal legislation and state to state acceptance of gay marriage provides many lesbian and gay individuals with a sense of social acceptance and as a result provides them with greater options on where they choose to live.
Wow - do yourself a favor and buy this book! I wish I taught a US History or African-American History course - an entire curriculum could be created with this book as the center. This book is intelligent, sociological, historiographical, witty, and modern. I have purchased a lot of the titles mentioned in this book and have added a entire new section to my comics library as a result.
Dr. Sheena C. Howard illuminates the room and the geek universe with her new book BLACK COMICS: POLITICS OF RACE AND REPRESENTATION and its focus on the little talked about genre of black comic strips.
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Professor Sheena Howard: 5 Interesting Facts About The First Black Woman to Win the “Oscar” of Comics | Clutch Magazine
Although the ‘60s sparked an increase in the inclusion of brown faces in comics produced by prominent publishing houses like Marvel and DC, the number of black comic book characters remains relatively low. Despite the implication that blacks must be missing behind the scenes as well, Rider University professor Sheena Howard recently became the first African-American woman to win the “Oscar” of comic book awards.
A professor at Rider University in New Jersey is the first African American woman to win the highest honor in the world of comic books the Eisner Award for an academic study of black comics Sheena
Sheena Howard won an Eisner Award, often referred to as the Oscar of comics, making her the first African-American woman to bring home the honor, according to Rider