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Vinegar Hill  Being Showcased In Harlem This Week with Black Future Newsstand

The Black Future Newsstand was an immersive, interactive art installation that celebrated Black thought and creativity. The installation was created by the Black Thought Project and Media 2070, and it is now on display at the Africa Center in Harlem, New York, from June 16-19, 2023 and features Vinegar Hill Magazine. The week of events will include a variety of Black-owned magazines, zines, and newspapers, as well as art, music, and spoken word performances. The goal of the newsstand was to create a space where Black people can come together to share their stories, ideas, and experiences. For a detailed schedule of events happening this week in Harlem, click the link below. https://blackfuturenewsstand.com/

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