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Solange Knowles’ Saint Heron launches a library of rare books and works by Black Authors

Solange Knowles has been preserving, celebrating, and amplifying Black Culture in unique and powerful ways. Beyond her own music, her Saint Heron creative studio has preserved the legacy of Black creatives of the past while granting a platform to today’s pioneers through performance art, music compilation production, podcasts, and beyond…




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Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese is a writer & podcaster. Featured in WIRED Magazine (Sept 2020) & I-D Magazine (Dec. 2021) She is based in Philadelphia.

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