Blending the African Diaspora with science, philosophy, and technology, Afrofuturism has long been a part of Black popular culture.

Afrofuturism, a term coined in 1994 by Mark Dery, has long been a part of Black popular culture.

Blending the African Diaspora with science, technology, and philosophy, Afrofuturism is a way for Black people to see and expand on new ideas and shape a future of our own.

For some just discovering it, exploring Afrofuturism can seem like an intimidating task, but we’ve rounded up a few pieces of pop culture for beginner’s who wish to dip their toe into the genre.

Here’s seven titles to watch and read to get you started. Click Here to view the full article…

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