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Claiming Space: A Symposium on Black Futures Past, Present, and Potential

The Smithsonian Afrofuturism Series Presents:
Claiming Space
A Symposium on Black Futures - Past, Present, and Potential
January 27 - 29, 2022
https://s.si.edu/3GGRDCO

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    "BLACK SANKOFA 2.0" is the second year of the rebranded / rebooted original Chicago based Black Age of Comics Convention. This is a free virtual event hosted on the info-site at www.blackageofcomics.com.

    The Black Age of Comics is beyond the limits of the trends that were not born of Kwanzaa or the successful Black Cultural Revolution that boldly opened up the world to our greatness while embracing genders,…

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