Afrofuturism: An invitation to dance, or a provocation to insurgency?

by Emma Dabiri I put all things about Ancient Egypt out of my head since they failed. I’m thinking about the future of Black Egypt, which is outside the realm of history. So what I’m talking about is the myth, and nothing that has ever been, is part of what I’m talking about. Black folks… Read More

Video Games’ Afrofuturism Frontier

by Jordan Minor There has been a lot of talk lately about the need for video games and gaming culture to diversify. But there are many different ways to do this, and without clear directions, an ultimatum could just paralyze an industry already timid about widening its representation. That is why I would like to… Read More