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Black Girl Spaced is a podcast dedicated to creating an accessible online space for Black women and girls who love science fiction and fantasy, aliens and space, planets and stars. The podcast discusses with respect the Black women who have contributed to science and science fiction and fantasy art/literature/music. BGS is here to create a dialogue around Black women’s historic and present creativity and determine how we can all care for ourselves and each other while growing our own revolutionary power.

Black Girl Spaced is a podcast dedicated to creating an accessible online space for Black women and girls who love science fiction and fantasy, aliens and space, planets and stars. The podcast discusses with respect the Black women who have contributed to science and science fiction and fantasy art/literature/music. BGS is here to create a dialogue around Black women’s historic and present creativity and determine how we can all care for ourselves and each other while growing our own revolutionary power.
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United States

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Black Girl Spaced is a podcast dedicated to creating an accessible online space for Black women and girls who love science fiction and fantasy, aliens and space, planets and stars. The podcast discusses with respect the Black women who have contributed to science and science fiction and fantasy art/literature/music. BGS is here to create a dialogue around Black women’s historic and present creativity and determine how we can all care for ourselves and each other while growing our own revolutionary power.

Language:

English


Episodes

1. "Biafra" and Black Women Creatives

9/5/2019
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Welcome to Black Girl Spaced! Episode 1 covers Dr. Nnedi Okorafor's short story "Biafra" and a discussion about Black women's unique perspective and creativity. - Information on the Republic of Biafra and the Biafran War: "50 years on: Nigeria's Biafra secessionist movement," Al-Jazeera - "Biafra" by Dr. Nnedi Okorafor

Duration:00:22:55