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Space Is the Place: Celebrating Afrofuturism

Afrofuturism in Greensboro

  • CostFree

Black Panther emphasized Afrofuturism in the development of the African country Wakanda. Now you can learn about and experience Afrofuturism in Greensboro through film, music, and art. Create an Afrofuturist-style speculative work of art of your own.


Afrofuturism: a cultural movement that uses the frame of science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the history of the African diaspora and to invoke a vision of a technically advanced and generally hopeful future in which black people thrive: this movement is expressed through art, cinema, literature, music, fashion, etc.

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