Using the artwork of Southern-born but Los Angeles-based artist Jerry Weems, this performative autoethnography engages artistic renderings of Black Southern cultural life as lived and historicized; as nostalgia and hauntology; as remembrance and recovery; between the there-and-then and the here-and-now. All of this invokes my own lived experience as a Black man from the South now living in Los Angeles.

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