We presented our papers on Afrofuturism Feminism and Digital Blackness at WisCon 40 on Sunday. Check out some of the audience's tweets during the panel:
Black people create meaning and produce thought through our everyday lived experiences. Symbolic activism is no less important than on the ground activism.
Caitlin and Kidicocus are presenting papers at WisCon, the world's leading feminist science fiction convention and conference. The conference takes place May 27th-30th, and the panel is called Afrofuturism, Digital Blackness, and Black Feminism. Use the hashtag #AfrofuturismFeminism to follow along or tweet your thoughts during the conference. For more information, head to wiscon.net
Caitlin's Paper: Black Cyborgs: Afrofuturist Feminism and Donna Haraway's Cyborg Mythology
Welcome to Womanist Expressions, brainchild of Caitlin Gunn and Kidiocus Carroll.