This episode features William Jones from the AfroFuturism Network.

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Join us as Afronauts Radio returns from hiatus for Season 4, featuring a hodgepodge of guests which showcase the variety our show is known for. We have Afrofuturism Network founder William Mason Jones Jr. to discuss the upcoming Afro Comic Con October 21, 2017 at SAE Expression College in Oakland, CA . As well as have Filmmaker Diemiruaya Deniran of Deniran Films to discuss his latest project and his viral Banearuvideos.

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One of our producers, Neil Drumming, has recently become fascinated with Afrofuturism. It's more than sci-fi. It’s a way of looking at black culture that’s fantastic, creative, and oddly hopeful—which feels especially urgent during a time without a lot of optimism.

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Black Heroes in Comics Discussion w/ William Jones

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The Black Speculative Arts Movement glides into Temple University, Philly on the royal wings of Meccacon's Crown Williams and the Tribbles were there to chat with N. STEVEN HARRIS (Solarman, Ajala), author WILLIAM JONES (The Ex-Con, Voodoo Priest, Goddess, and the African King), THE ARTIST JAI (Teaf Brown), PORCHE JOHNSON (Faye, Cryptic Yumi), MICHAEL WHITE(Oogeeman), ERIKA SMITH (My Focsi) and JUSTICE HAMILTON (Black August Designs)

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Tribble Nation is treated to a evocative original tale from THE REAL Da'SHEN titled "Meet The Enemy" as depicted by the rapturous tone of 'Lilith Tribble' CHARLY BROWNSKIN, a provocative read on famed X-Men Storm from WILLIAM JONES' The Ex-Con, Voodoo Priest, Goddess and the African King before the sultry ALEXA GOLD shuts it down singing to 'Selene, the Goddess from the Moon'.

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