Cultural critic, Rolling Stone contributing writer and coresspondant for MSNBC in U.S. Toure explores the philosophy of Post Blackness in his latest book “ Who’s Afraid of Post Blackness: What it Means to be Black Now. This review by Randall Kennedy for “The Root” may be in disagreement with Toure’s thinking, but is a must read if you follow Post Black Thought( read it here ) I recommend this for those who both support and reject the idea of Post Blackness in America. As a child , I grew up in a a town in Indiana ( The U.S.) that was predominately African American yet had a large Nigerian, Hispanic, Korean and Middle Eastern community. I was still exposed to the world as well as had the chance to experience life outside of what many called “being black” but, I still enjoyed what being a black American meant. So, this book will be an important purchase for me. To purchase your copy, click Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness?: What It Means to Be Black Now ” target=”_blank”>here.