The Cover: I am sure all of you readers have probably seen this cover many times before and had the same reaction. What the hell? Lois Lane steps into a body moulder that turns her into a black woman! The body moulder not only changes her skin colour but gives her an afro, so we can assume that this machine alters them completely on a genetic level. The title of this issue proudly proclaims that this is not an imaginary tale! Nor a fantasy or dream! Does she actually want an award for telling the truth? Catching a cab to Little Africa, a.
I Am Curious (Black)!
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Lois Lane, our take-charge lady reporter, wants to get the inside scoop on the Metropolis neighborhood of Little Africa. Neighborhoods like Little Africa have and still do exist in the United States. But these neighborhoods were also distanced from other, whiter neighborhoods. Residents lived with the knowledge that they were kind of kept apart from white residents due to zoning laws, unequal loan opportunities, and discrimination in the workplace. The reason Lois wants to do this expose is because she believes that such a story should garner her a Pulitzer Prize. As far as Lois knows, no one has ever written an in-depth expose about that community before.
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