ByFanta Sylla

Fanta Sylla is a writer based in a banlieue of Paris currently studying literature and philosophy. She has written for Black Girls Talking and Sight & Sound Mag.

  1. “It is of the utmost importance that a black child see on that screen someone who looks like him. Our children have been suffering from the lack of identifiable images as long as our children as been born.”— James Baldwin, Sidney Poitier

    “Toni Morrison said that as soon as a character of color is introduced in a story imagination stops…I mean, I’m a black woman from Central Falls, Rhode