Although the term "afrofuturism" was coined in the 1990s, the works that it is used to describe have been around for much longer. Afrofuturistic books, movies, and music explore the intersection of science fiction, fantasy, technology, and the cultural experience of Black people around the world. If you're curious about this genre, the following books, movies, and albums at the Library are a great place to start:
Seventeen-year-old Zelie, her older brother Tzain, and rogue princess Amari fight to restore magic to the land and activate a new generation of magi, but they are ruthlessly pursued by the crown prince, who believes the return of magic will mean the end of the monarchy.
Dirty computer (featuring Brian Wilson) -- Crazy, classic, life -- Take a byte -- Jane's dream -- Screwed (featuring Zoë Kravitz) -- Django Jane -- Pynk (featuring Grimes) -- Make me feel -- I got the juice (featuring Pharrell Williams) -- I like that -- Stevie's dream -- Don't judge me -- So afraid -- Americans