"Mama, You Ever Think about Another Life?": Black Slave Girls and Women Fight for and Claim Their (Afro) Future
Williams, Piper Kendrix
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Afrofuturism is an ideological movement that "draws strength and inspiration from the past" to "imagine Black worlds and identities differently," positing hope and confidence in the existence of better futures. Applied as a critical lens in this essay, Afrofuturism captures how Black girls live in the past, present, and future.
Department of English and African American Studies
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