Reckon Article on Saturday AM and how it’s closing the imagination gap

The article “Representation matters: How a Black manga brand is closing the imagination gap” written by Jonece Starr Dunigan discusses the impact of Saturday AM, a Black-owned manga brand, on the representation and diversity within the manga industry.

Founded in 2013 by Fredrick Jones, Saturday AM has become a leader in promoting diversity and inclusivity within manga, introducing the first Black girl and Indian protagonists in the action-packed Shonen genre, and partnering with Overtime to create a basketball-themed manga featuring multicultural characters.

The article highlights the importance of representation in media and how Saturday AM’s diverse storytelling can inspire and influence future generations. You can read the full article HERE

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