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Radio Free Montclair

Afrofuturism in Montclair

Join this distinguished panel as they reflect on what does the future of Black Life look like in our region!

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Afrofuturism in Montclair
Afrofuturism in Montclair

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Oct 18, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Radio Free Montclair

About The Event

What does the future of Black Life in our region look like? The global movement of Afrofuturism combines artistic and cultural practices with technology to intentionally design Black people into the future. Our panelists will explore these practices and speculate on strategies that preserve and expand the future of our region's Black cultural community – through the lenses of urban design, housing, architecture, public art, cultural education and economic development.

All ages welcome.

Moderator: Marilyn LaVergne. Panelists: Nina Cooke John, Principal Architect of Cooke John Architects; Justin Garrett Moore, Urban Designer; Khari Johnson Ricks, Artist and DJ; Lynne Toye, Chief Operating Officer of Harlem School of the Arts and Founder of Unpacked.

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