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radical arts

food for hearts & souls

Participants interested in this theme may explore spoken word art, street art, comedy, graphic design, literary arts, visionary fiction & science fiction for social change. This project operates from the inspirations in particular of Walidah Imarish, adrienne maree brown, and other voices of Octavia's Brood, and that science fiction is a key tool in the fight for social justice.

Octavia E. Butler. 1987. Xenogenesis / Lilith’s Brood

Walidah Imarisha & adrienne maree brown, editors. 2015. Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements

Melissa Lozada-Oliva. 2017. Peluda

rupi kaur. 2015. milk & honey

Kwame Alexander. 2014. The Crossover

Julie E. Moody-Freeman & Sandra Jackson, editors. 2011. The Black Imagination: Science Fiction, Futurism and the Speculative

Carmen Maria Machado. 2017. Her Body and Other Parts

Margaret Atwood. 1969. The Edible Woman

Han Kang. 2007. The Vegetarian.

Samantha Bee. 2010. I Know I Am, But What Are You?

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