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As Black horror rises in popularity, horror writers discuss its evolution

Black horror often uses white supremacy as the villain, rather than a ghost or a monster.

Palacios is performing in a show focusing on the ways climate change is affecting marginalized communities.

Time—much like freedom—emerges as a right denied to those both inside and outside.





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