(H)afrocentric Comic Strip: Chapstick As Silent Protest

Each week, The Establishment brings you the comic strip “(H)afrocentric,” a witty look at a group of disgruntled undergrads navigating their way through Ronald Reagan University. Check out the first four panels, plus an interview with the comic’s uber-talented creator, Juliana “Jewels” Smith, here. Read last week’s strip here. And stay tuned for a new panel each week (old-school Sunday comics style!).

In this scene, self-proclaimed radical black feminist Naima Pepper talks with her friend Renee Aanjay Brown. [CLICK TO ENLARGE]

(H)afrocnetric Comic Strip #6 - Color
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