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Unnoticed in the ways that mattered and exploited in the ways that left permanent fractures, the African people that came over during the Atlantic Slave Trade had to have found ways to survive and thrive in a land where they were looked on as property. – Evan Narcisse, kotaku.com/ Yet, accounts of such perseverance remain…(Read More)

You enter the world of Dateline: Bronzeville as Runny Walker, a seasoned photojournalist and columnist for the Chicago Advocate. Your news beat is Bronzeville, where you know everyone, and you know where almost all the bodies are buried. In your weekly column, you chronicle and critique the spectrum of social, political, cultural, sport, entertainment and…(Read More)

One of my biggest complaints with Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag was that I rarely actually cared about Edward’s story as I sailed across the Caribbean. Well, I’m happy to say that the Freedom Cry DLC tells the emotional story of Adewale, Edward Kenway’s one-time first mate, as it dives…(Read More)

Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is an action role-playing video game developed by the Cameroonian developer Kiro’o Games. In September 2015 Kiro’o started a Kickstarter campaign to complete their game, which was successfully completed a month later…(Read More)