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A Seat at the Table Is Solange's Sermon for the Self

In addition to being a banner year for lunacy, 2016 will go down as a time consumed by both black pain and black beauty. A year when we buried the bodies of Philando Castile and Keith Scott and Korryn Gaines, but also welcomed timely, nuanced, portraits of blackness in works like Coloring Book, Atlanta, a new black history museum and now, A Seat at the Table. Read more...
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Solange sings part of the chorus to Syreeta Wright’s song like a mantra, “trying to comfort my weary heart.” The original song continues, “Black woman, you better wash your man’s tears away.” Read more...

Solange and a Bevy of Beautiful Black People Dance and Pose in Her Two New Music Videos

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Slate: Brow Beat

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Solange Shatters The Internet With New Album Queen mother Solange ascended to legendary levels with her incredible new album “A Seat At The Table” that has fly shea butteries (and everyone else) in a tizzy at a beautiful time when

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