Black horror creators are supporting each other and amplifying their voices online.

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Black horror creators are supporting each other and amplifying their voices online.

Joy Robinson, writer for Morbid Beauty, has created a Twitter thread lifting up and celebrating African American horror creators.

The horror genre belongs to everyone. Fear is a universal emotion, and all kinds of people are drawn to the pleasures of dread. Now, as we live in a time of division and as people take to the streets to declare their shared humanity, we must make space for people of color to express themselves. Black lives matter, and black horror creators are important to the genre.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hh9xLUgtOOk

On Twitter, Joy Robinson has started a thread to amplify the voices of black creators.

https://twitter.com/vulnaviasviolin/status/1267147751000768513

It has become a springboard for young creatives to show off their work. Artists, writers, directors, and others have put their work online.

https://twitter.com/TheDaniBethea/status/1267310232511942659

https://twitter.com/TheDaniBethea/status/1267515212548247554

https://twitter.com/theheadknight/status/1267862377514414080

https://twitter.com/laptop_lasane/status/1267866380055052290

https://twitter.com/True_Nightmares/status/1267858436001161216

https://twitter.com/vickibewicked/status/1267690605091618816

https://twitter.com/MrHorror/status/1267621122633236485

https://twitter.com/MizTeeFranklin/status/1267860231335415815

https://twitter.com/Afro_angie_/status/1267843542191345664

https://twitter.com/saturn_O_vox/status/1267886589562109952

https://twitter.com/leaeanderson/status/1267978771002306560

https://twitter.com/NocEmiss/status/1267340036321632261

https://twitter.com/AtomoSK94/status/1267893741555154944

https://twitter.com/_screwthis/status/1268176191107760129

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