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Day 2, #ZoraFest2022. #Afrofuturism in the Visual Realm.
Alex Zamalin argues that Afrofuturism is a utopian speculative practice, broading the concept beyond Dery's idea of technology and science fiction.
#ZoraFest2022 #AfrofuturistDesign
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@socialstudiestx We talked during the meeting on Friday about compiling resources for educators who want to transform education as a result of the international movement for equity happening now.

There are resources under #Ourstory. Other materials are available through #CovidTeaching.
@socialstudiestx Everyone knows the work that geniuses like @DrIbram, @KeishaBlain, @timjacobwise, & @got_privilege provide. If not, take a look today.
@socialstudiestx @DrIbram @KeishaBlain @timjacobwise @got_privilege Here are few ways to approach this work from different angles, starting with my 2017 #racialviolencesyllabus. It is compiled as a library guide here. #librarytwitter
guides.monmouth.edu/racialviolence
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The opening scene -- The Origin of Wakanda -- is the best in the MCU series. It immediately reorients every audience, using a profound respect for the forms of African history that are rarely taught. /1 #yibambe #thread @socialstudiestx
youtube.com/watch?v=ysoaSj…
Here is a solid resource from the New York Public Library on the east African diaspora. /2 #yibambe #hanuman
exhibitions.nypl.org/africansindian…
The djalia (spiritual plane) was the key feature I hoped that the producers would adapt from Hudlin's forum. It is still the most important feature of this film for me. These conversations show the transformation of T'Challa's character. /3 #yibambe Image
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#1619Project Asbury Park, NJ
SLAVERY & BLACK ECONOMICS
#industrialsegregation
#CitiesImagined @nhannahjones
Rev. Gil Caldwell opened the ceremony with words of peace and inspiration for a community struggling with generations of violence. #1619Project
Maureen Shaffer welcomes a crowd of activists and student leaders who share a determination to learn the history, so that we don't repeat it. #1619Project
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