Afrofuturism Then and Now with India Cooke, Mandjou Kone, Emmanuel Etolo, Charles Tolliver, Nelson Harrison, and Rahman Jamaal.

First conceptualized in the 1950s by cosmic philosopher and jazz giant Sun Ra, Afrofuturism is a wide-ranging social, political, and artistic movement intent on imagining a world where African-descended peoples and cultures can live and flourish. Join us for a discussion with musicians, artists, and dancers working in the Afrofuturist tradition about their creative endeavors aimed towards a better future.

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Thursday, October 14 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm

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