The initial draft of my overall claim was a little too bulky. At 83 words, that statement was certainly longer than I'd like my major claim to be.
For now, my updated overall claim for the presentation goes: The positioning of Coates, McGruder, Whitehead, and Young as outlier black writers results from their engagements with an eclectic body of source materials, including Star Wars, zombie movies, hip hop aesthetics, black studies, and countless father-son experiences from the late 1970s through the late 1990s.
• A Golden Age of Inspiration for Black Men Writers, 1977 - 1997
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