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The coda grapples with the grammar of black futurity at a crucial historical juncture that has witnessed a string of hauntingly similar killings of unarmed black men at the hands of or in the custody of police. It assesses the frequency of a set of (self-)identification photographs: Tumblr photos tagged with #If They Gunned Me Down, Which Picture Would They Use? Created in response to the proliferation of negative photographic representations of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin, the photos contrast images of young women and men in graduation caps and gowns, military uniforms, medical scrubs, prom dresses, or coats and...

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