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Back to the Afrofuture: A Conversation with Ytasha Womack

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Ansin Building - Emerson College

180 Tremont Street

Boston, MA 02111

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Webinar/Live Audience: Wed Nov 7, 7-8 pm EST. Webinar free/open to the public. Audience limited to Emerson Community in Ansin 604.

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This event is a Webinar on Wed, Nov 7, 7-8pm EST with a Live Audience located in Ansin 604. The Webinar is free and open to the public. The Live Audience portion is free and limited to Emerson Community.

Webinar Instructions:

Our Meeting ID Link: https://emerson.zoom.us/j/871567532

To enter the webinar, you will have to download Zoom. Then follow these How to Join Instructions: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting-

The Meeting ID Link is accessible now, so we recommend trying to join the meeting a few days ahead of time to avoid any technical difficulties.

For tech issues the evening of, please contact Emerson's Media Services at 617-824-8676. Or Zoom Tech Support at 1.888.799.9666 ext 2.

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Ytasha L. Womack is an award-winning producer, director, author, and innovator. She is author of the critically acclaimed books Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci Fi & Fantasy Culture, Rayla 2212, Post Black: How a New Generation is Redefining African American Identity; and co-edited Beats Rhymes and Life: What We Love and Hate About Hip Hop. Afrofuturism is a 2014 Locus Awards Nonfiction Finalist, and Post Black was hailed as a Booklist Top 10 Black History Reader of 2010. Her films include Love Shorts and The Engagement. The Engagement was nominated for Best Film at the American Black Film Festival. A Chicago native, she recently co-founded Afrofuturism849 to host discussions and events in Afrofuturism. She shoots her sci-fi film Bar Star City later this year.

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