The title of this section is stolen from the book “Black Cool. One thousand streams of Blackness” by Rebecca Walker in which a broad variety of black authors interpret the notion of black cool via their own experiences. 1001 streams of … tries to explore both ‘black’ and ‘white’ and brings shades of color to this bi-polar identity through race.
Originally associated with cultural mixtures of African, European, and indigenous ancestry, today, creolization refers to this mixture of different people and different cultures that merge to become one.
“I write “Black” with a capital B because this term addresses first and foremost political and historical dimensions of the concept of Blackness, and relates only indirectly to skin complexion.”