Is Related To
The Afrofutures of Feminism: Young, Gifted, and Black
Arts & Technologies Cluster
Feminist Afrofuturism: Black History Month at PSU aims to bring together a dynamic group of students, scholars, and community members to create a collaborative art project that celebrates the contributions of black women in American History. Throughout history, women have had to work together and depend on each other to effect meaningful change, and these crocheted banners will be both a metaphor and an example of what we can achieve when we unite and work toward common goals. The culminating event, a guest lecture by Dr. Aria Halliday of UNH, aims to strengthen our community bonds, honor Black History Month, and celebrate those who have fought for our rights, as well as those who continue to fight.
Ray, Mary Beth, "Feminist Afrofuturism: Black History Month at PSU [Project Proposal]" (2018). Clusters. 590.