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Sebastian Perez
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Black Supremacy Future Anthology III: Stories About African Gods



It is October 1865, and Philip Alexander Bell is reading copy in his office in Room #9 of the three-story brick Phoenix Building on the southwest corner of Sansome and Jackson, in San Francisco. There is too much material for the four pages of his weekly newspaper, the Elevator, founded that past April: texts on the first months of Reconstruction, the continuing shock following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the massive casualties of the Civil War, the flurry of activity surrounding the not-yet-ratified Thirteenth Amendment, hopes for black suffrage and civil rights, and diverse local stories, including plans for a statewide convention of California African Americans to think about their place in the state and the nation.




Black Supremacy Future Anthology III: Stories About African Gods


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