Film, Video What Was, What Is & What Will Be: A Cross-Genre Look at Afrofuturism
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- What Was, What Is & What Will Be: A Cross-Genre Look at Afrofuturism
- Author/playwright Tananarive Due, novelist N.K. Jemisin and poet Airea D. Matthews discuss the origins and extensions of Afrofuturism in a conversation moderated by Sheree Renée Thomas.
- Event Date
- February 12, 2019
- Running Time
- 1 hours 7 minutes 33 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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