Isiah Lavender III: "Afrofuturism is the alien experience that African diasporas have experienced in the new world."

Director(s)  Victor & Simon
Participant(s)  Adam Haar Horowitz

In this interview, Isiah Lavender III talks about how science fiction, through Afrofuturism, reflects the historical experiences of black communities and broadens perspectives on the future. He also introduces the "Routledge Handbook of CoFuturisms", a collection of essays aimed at including non-white voices in science fiction, and proposes the term "cofuturisms" to encompass the future visions of all racial communities.

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