Candyman, Cabrini, and Conjure:

Contextualizing the modern zonbi.

Yaya Abdul Mateen II. Photo Courtesy of GQ Middle East.

“This neighborhood’s haunted.”

Cabrini-Green. A symbol of a seemingly bygone era of rejuvenation, redlining, urban blight, and lastly gentrification. Indeed, a brief, austere, and emotionally detached labeling. Lest we forget this was a community where almost 15,000 Black people lived, worked, and survived. It’s critical that the…

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EIC: We Are Horror Magazine. Writer: An Injustice, Gayly Dreadful, SUPERJUMP, The Women of Jenji Kohan, Transploitation, Upper Cut!, and more. 🗣Google me!

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