Black funeral homes were once economic pillars in Black communities. The documentary from Reel South follows legendary embalmer James Bryant and his young queer protégé Clarence Pierce as they care for both the living and the dead.
Author Archives: W.J. Lofton
W.J. Lofton is a poet, centering his writing and visual work on the intersections of Black and Queer social and political identities, addressing narratives of gender, race, class, sexuality, and ability. His work has been featured in TIME Magazine, Scalawag, and Obsidian Literary Journal, to name a few. He is the author of "A Garden for Black Boys Between the Stages of Soil and Stardust."
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