Afrofuturism: Past, Present, & Future

Afrofuturism, a transdisciplinary sub-genre of Science Fiction, represents the changing relations of science as it pertained to African American history and future history. Due to sociological factors and norms, a trend of under-representation has been persistent within the areas of Science Fiction, media, and popular culture.

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May 1, 2020

More than eighty-five years ago, The Black Girl Passes, written by G. Stewart, stated that, “dark skinned females are regulated to the rear economically and shunned socially” (Steward, 103). It would seem that the social economic categorization from high to low are: wh...

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