This cluster issue of Radical Teacher, “Teaching Afrofuturism: Race, Erasure, and Corona,” seeks innovative essays, poems, personal narratives, and creative non-fiction on teaching Afrofuturism as a means to counter various forms of Black erasure, including but not limited to literal, representational, and material erasure(s), during coronavirus. We invite scholars to embrace the dynamic nature of Afrofuturism and submit works that demonstrate its power to influence and shape a future of Black agency and self-actualization by countering erasure. Submission date extended to June 1, 2021!
Is there a book, film, essay, poem, or story that you've found particularly useful in the classroom and want to share with other Radical Teacher readers? Or has something challenging, encouraging, or frustrating happened in class? If you think our readers can learn from your experience, we’d like to hear about it.
Radical Teacher announces a new Poetry feature to appear in each edition of the journal.