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Who Was Torchy Brown and Why was She Iconic?

A Special Series about Black Comics: Story #1

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If you’ve every heard the title: Dixie to Harlem, then you probably already know the answer to the question posed in the title.

Dixie to Harlem is the first black comic strip about a black woman, and created by a black woman. Torchy Brown was an iconic figure in her own right, so allow…

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Black Like Me focuses exclusively on all things “black” whether it’s history, current or past social injustice, or topics pertaining to the future of people of color in general. I am STRICTLY about positivity! This is a WRITER SHOWCASE Publication and does not accept submissions.

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Justiss Goode

Justiss Goode

Prolific Writer | Self-published Author | Insatiable Reader | Owns: DAILY JUSTISS Publication including OVER 500 diverse stories. “I publish every single day!”

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