Quantum Black History: A Review of ‘Physics of Blackness’

By Stephen Kearse
Seven Scribes

Physics of Blackness (Michelle Wright)The trajectory of blackness is always forward, up, away. On and on, on to the next, next 15 one coming, we shall overcome, move bitch, I’m not gon’ stop, I’m not gon’ give up, ain’t no mountain high enough, I’mma touch the sky— blackness doesn’t just orient itself toward the future, it accelerates toward it, fast and furious. Almost instinctively, blackness wills itself into an eternal procession toward inevitably better days, progress incarnate.

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