Digital Arts in the African Diaspora
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Featured Video: Processional Upstairs to Roof by C. Davida Ingram
Audio Feature: Yolanda Wisher
Audio Feature: Mankwe Ndosi
Audio Feature: DJ Lynnée Denise
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Happy Women’s History Month! The idea for Women’s History Month began in a small town in California’s school event. In 1986, fourteen out of fifty states had declared March as Women’s History Month. A year later, the United States as a whole followed suit. There are...
In this day in age, we are often overwhelmed by the influence of digital media such as film. Growing up, many children are eager for the cinematic experience of viewing a motion picture. However; more often than not, African Americans in particular, are not given the...
Illustrator, developer, and designer Luthando Mfabe draws inspiration from African history to create vibrant and unique Afrofuturistic art. Based in Johannesburg, Mfabe found motivation to do design work he enjoys after being attacked and stabbed while walking home in...
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