Mark Dery recommends :
Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture, by Ytasha L. Womack (2013).— “a useful introduction for the general reader.”
Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements, by Walidah Imarisha and Adrienne Maree Brown (2015).
Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora, by Sheree R. Thomas (2000).— “an older title, but more relevant than ever.”
“Afrofuturism/Chicanafuturism: Fictive Kin”, an article by Catherine S. Ramírez (2008). — “the first critical/theoretical foray into the philosophical border zone of the emerging Xicano/a and Latino/a futurismos that are following Afrofuturism’s lead, exploring the politics of science and technology, and representations of science and technology, from a brown perspective”
The “Shadows Took Shape” art exhibition at the Studio Museum of Harlem, in New York (nov 2013 – mar 2014) ;
This brilliant exercise in social critique and the archaeology of ideas by Greg Tate
M.Y. pour B(s)ttF