Black is a Soul. Blue Love + Jive Turkeys. Issue 2

Happy Thanksgiving, or is it in the world of Moor Knowledge and Karima?

The high season of artists comes to a cold stop now that fall has kicked into high gear and winter is coming. At a regular stop to their favorite coffee shop in “the Bricolage,” both artists grapple with the sordid history of the November holiday of Pilgrims and Natives. They also deal with how corporate America and government agencies segregate resources for artists by an ethnic calendar created by them people. Illustration by Gary Campbell + Words by Kaia Shivers.

Gary Campbell is an artist interested in developing art purposefully and consciously to change the world we live in.

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