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Black Pride Does Not Mean Anti-White

Solange Vanessa Willoughby Four years have passed since Solange released True, a seven-song EP that earned critical acclaim and fan raves. While True seems to focus on the highs and lows of heartbreak and misconstrued relationships, her latest album, A Seat at the Table, released last week, is a direct response to the institutions of anti-Blackness and white supremacy that pollute our country’s cultural climate.
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