NextGen: Congolese Author Sandra Uwiringiyimana Writes to Keep the African Spirit Alive
The 22-year-old survivor of the Gatumba massacre shares her perspective of Afrofuturism with OkayAfrica in ‘NextGen.’…
NextGen: DJ feMo Is Putting Africa’s Alternative Sounds on the Map
In our latest edition of “NextGen,” British-Nigerian DJ feMo wants the world to know Africa from the perspective of Africans through music.
NextGen: Guinean Model Sira Kante Is Using Her Platform to Empower Young African Girls
Guinea’s Sira Kante is using her platform as a model and her career as an entrepreneur to uplift young African girls.
NextGen: Nonso Amadi’s Unique Sound Is a Sign that Africa’s Taking Over the World
In the latest edition of our FirstGen series, meet Nigerian singer-songwriter Nonso Amadi.
NextGen: WAFFLESNCREAM Leads the Way in Expanding Nigeria’s Urban Youth Experience
Nigeria’s first skate crew rethinks what community building looks like among the creative youth.
NextGen: Temi Otedola Is the Young African Fashion Ambassador to Watch
Meet the Nigerian fashion blogger who’s putting African designers and culture on the map, Temi Otedola, in our latest edition of ‘NextGen.’…
NextGen: Black Quantum Futurism Is a Women-Led Incubator Rooted In Black Liberation
Get to know the minds behind Black Quantum Futurism—Rasheedah Phillips and Camae Ayewa—and the important work they do.
NextGen: Isaiah Wakoli’s Stimulating Art Is Inspired by Color’s Interaction with Human Behavior
Kenyan artist Isaiah Wakoli looks to his experience living with color synesthesia as inpsiration for his digital art.
10 Far-Out Afrofuturistic Music Videos You Need to See
These music videos showcase diverse subplots of Afrofuturism: from surrealism and space travel, to dystopians and love fantasies.
NextGen: Jeff Manning’s Soulful Digital Portraits Depict a Surreal Subconscious
We catch up with Philadelphia-based graphic artist, Jeff Manning, on how his work illustrates the beauty of the black mind.
NextGen: Judie Mozie’s Journey As an Emerging Artist Is an Example of Fearless Individuality
For Nigerian visual artist and director Judie Mozie, she wants to encourage Africans to embrace and celebrate all facets of their identities.
This Kenyan Artist Imagines Sending the Maasai People Into Space
We spoke with visual artist, Jacque Njeri about how her art fuses elements of the present with the past and future.