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At the Edge An Afrofuturist Salon

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Award-winning show bringing knowledge to the digital community! At the Edge discusses ideas, crossing cultural boundaries to expand ideas about art, writing, knowledge, publishing, and production, while contending with challenges about access, virtual space, political context/challenges, and incursion of cyber cultures.

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Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Madrina Angelique, who "is initiated in the Palo tradition as Madre Nganga of Munanso Centella Ndoki Nyuyo Malongo Corta Lima Cordosa, initiated by Chief Ololele Afolabi, godson of Tata Antonio Ali. She is... more

This episode Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Poet Tzynya Pinchback, who is a "mother, writer, spinster and cranberry enthusiast. Using narrative as shaman, lyric as landscape, [she is] a corporate proposal writer by day, syllable wench... more

In this episode, Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Dr. Alondra Nelson, Associate Professor of Sociology at Columbia University, whose latest work Body and Soul: The Black Panther Party and the Fight Against Medical Discrimination brings to... more

Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Corset Magazine Arielle Loren about her ground-breaking magazine, her work towards building healthy conversations about female sexuality, and her fascinating documentary... more

Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews up and coming speculative/science fiction author Thaddeus Howze about his novel Hayward's Reach, his collection of short fiction on his website Hubcity Blues, and the growth of cyberpunk and futurism... more

Our first episode features a conversation between Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin and Afroerotik about erotic agency, gender, race, and technology: what does it mean to be subject of desire and an Afrofuturist/futurist? What role does internet... more