Happening now… <br><br>#TODAY #BSAMChi Black Speculative Arts Movement at Chicago State University ft Dr Reynaldo Anderson, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr, FOX Empire Actor/Activist Rekkhan and more!<br><br>BSAM, in partnership with The Gwendolyn Brooks Library, presents BSAM Chicago — Black Speculative Vision<br><br>Thursday, April 11th, 2019; 5-8, and Friday, April 12th, 2019: 11-8<br><br>The Black Speculative Arts Movement, aka BSAM, is a network of creatives, intellectuals, and artists representing different positions or basis of inquiry including: Afrofuturism, Astro Blackness, Afro-Surrealism,Ethno Gothic, Black Digital Humanities, Black (Afro-future female or African Centered) Science Fiction, The Black Fantastic, Magical Realism, and The Esoteric. Although these positions may be incompatible in some instances they overlap around the term speculative and design; and interact around the nexus of technology and ethics.BSAM provides space for a re-imagining of a better sociopolitical and cultural future, a liberated future for Black people and all historically oppressed; through creative expression grounded in African influence and discussions of technology and philosophy, address contemporary issues related to globalization, climate change, immigration, and technology.

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#TODAY #BSAMChi Black Speculative Arts Movement at Chicago State University ft Dr Reynaldo Anderson, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr, FOX Empire Actor/Activist Rekkhan and more!

BSAM, in partnership with The Gwendolyn Brooks Library, presents BSAM Chicago -- Black Speculative Vision

Thursday, April 11th, 2019; 5-8, and Friday, April 12th, 2019: 11-8

The Black Speculative Arts Movement, aka BSAM, is a network of creatives, intellectuals, and artists representing different positions or basis of inquiry including: Afrofuturism, Astro Blackness, Afro-Surrealism,Ethno Gothic, Black Digital Humanities, Black (Afro-future female or African Centered) Science Fiction, The Black Fantastic, Magical Realism, and The Esoteric. Although these positions may be incompatible in some instances they overlap around the term speculative and design; and interact around the nexus of technology and ethics.BSAM provides space for a re-imagining of a better sociopolitical and cultural future, a liberated future for Black people and all historically oppressed; through creative expression grounded in African influence and discussions of technology and philosophy, address contemporary issues related to globalization, climate change, immigration, and technology.

Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM) Chicago

CELEBRATE NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK at Chicago State University! BSAM, in partnership with The Gwendolyn Brooks Library, presents BSAM Chicago -- Black Speculative Vision FREE EVENT | OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thursday, April 11th, 2019; 5-8, and Friday, April 12th, 2019: 11-8 The Black Speculative Arts Moveme...