Afrofuturism

Coming to the River: An Ode to Oshun

Coming to the River: An Ode to Oshun

Today as a devotee in the Yoruba tradition, I realize that the more I learn about myself as a woman, specifically a woman of color, the more I get to know who Oshun truly is, a deity who is just as sweet as she is fierce. The more I get to know who she truly is, the closer I feel that I become towards her.

Let Freedom Ring: The Journey to Self-Deliverance through Afrofuturism

Let Freedom Ring: The Journey to Self-Deliverance through Afrofuturism

Think about a world that exists only in your wildest dreams, where melanin is given its rightful respect and every part of the diaspora isn’t quite so...diasporic. Imagine a future where the disconnect between the identities of Africans and Black Americans and Black Latinxs isn’t as pertinent, a future in which we lift each other up as a collective and further our identities as a whole.