Across the globe, Afrofuturism is taking shape as leaders in cultural arts, science, and technology communities direct their philosophies and work through a black lens. These top social justice and black pop culture speakers are leading the way.
As co-creator of the Black Lives Matter movement, this dedicated activist and artist inspires audiences to organize and stand together in pursuit of social justice.
While initiating dialogue around race, gender and identity, this co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Canada chapter empowers audiences to engage in social activism.
The Grammy- and Oscar-winning rapper and social activist sparks honest conversation about rebuilding communities and recognizing each other’s humanity.
This nationally recognized social innovator and the founder of Black Girls Code inspires others to become change agents by pushing through traditional boundaries and perceived limitations to help drive change in our world.
Associated Press reporter covering Congress and politics with a focus on Race, Ethnicity, Demographics and Afro-futurism.
Advocate for Science and Technology Education for African Americans
Award-Winning Author and Journalist