Three magical tools necessary for both liberation and laughter.
An illustrated interview with Ikem Nzeribe, in which electric cats roam our cities and Miles Davis albums play on repeat
Afrofuturists, like hackers, get their strength from working and innovating outside traditional institutions.
An interview with D. Denenge Akpem.
How Afrofuturism can help create a more equal world for black bodies of the future.
Technology companies across the continent are turning academic theory into practical products and services.
An excerpt is from “The Black Speculative Art Manifesto.”
Where the social, political, and technological meet in music.
HerHealth Uganda wants to give rural women control over their own healthcare.
A crash course in the critical theory, art, literature, music, and more of the movement.