Civil Unrest, Stress, and the Body

We are witnessing and participating in one of the largest civil rights movements in United States history. We are feeling stressed. And on top of enduring this country’s re-re-re-re-re-reckoning with it’s treatment of Black people, there’s COVID-19, governmental politics, climate change, civil rights injustices in other parts of the world, late stage capitalism, and so […]

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Envisioning a future for Black people shouldn’t be radical, but it is

Afrofuturism is a creative movement centering futuristic and science fiction themes alongside Black history and culture. It appreciates our eclectic Black community. It also makes space for us weird ones in a nearby future, sharing a range of Blackness that is often overlooked. But Afrofuturism doesn’t always look like Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek…or LeVar […]

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The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Gentrification, and Resources for Change

  “African American testers posing as home buyers were often denied information about special incentives that would have made the purchase easier, and were required to produce loan preapproval letters and other documents when whites were not.” –“The ‘Heartbreaking’ Decrease in Black Home Ownership,” Washington Post, February 28, 2019 I saw The Last Black Man in […]

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