Happy Black History Month, or Black Futures Month, depending on who you ask! 2018 is off to a great start for Futuristically Ancient! See the news below: *The Afrikan Poetry Theatre is hosting Past, Present and Futurism at the Museum of the Moving Image on February 24th from 2pm-6pm. The day includes film screenings, such […]Read More Moving on the Wires: Museum of Moving Image + Brown Girl Begins + More!
*Please support this blog by donating! Either click on the donate button on the side or at the end of the page on mobile, or send donations to my email firstname.lastname@example.org via paypal. Thank you! *On June 17th, I will be premiering music artist Daví’s music video for his single “Clear.” The song is a […]Read More Moving on the Wires: This Week’s News and Posts
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*I am planning to a fundraiser in the future to raise money for trademarking my blog name and logo as well as to do merchandising. But in the meantime, please donate at the sidebar. Any amount is appreciated. Thank you! Check out Chinaka Hodge’s “Black Future Month” posts. *Raimi Gbadamosi‘s “Afrofuturism as a New Consciousness” […]Read More Moving on the Wires: This Week’s News and Posts
Without stories, we are nothing but shells, only giving others the physical form of ourselves. Stories ground the spirits and forces around us and make them real. Oya priestess Isoke Nia expressed this sentiment last night at the Schomburg Center in Harlem at the enlightening tribute to the Yoruba orisha, Oya, and writer Octavia Butler. […]Read More Modern Griots Review: Oya and Anyanwu — The Faces of Change