In honor of Black Main Street -- both Wilmington and Hargett streets in Downtown Raleigh -- we honor the intersection of entrepreneurship and resistance. Created during the summer of 2020, BOS Magazine Vol. 2: Black Main Street, tells the ongoing story of both a place and the people it belonged to, during the most victorious and devestating times in their collective lives. This issue features an essay by Raleigh historian and author, Carmen Cauthen, art by emerging artist Akira Dudley, poetry by the talented Duane M. Miller, among others. See the full list of contributors below:
Duane M. Miller
BOS Magazine Vol. 2: Black Main Street
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