AfroCon 2020

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20 people attending
Welcome to AfroCon 2020!

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Schedule

· Stage
Morning Meditation
Welcome with a Morning Meditation.
· Stage
Children of Octavia, Why Octavia Butler’s work means so much in 2020
After reading and rereading the works of Octavia Butler, why does her work seem to foretell the world of today and offer us so much hope?
Jade Rogers
· Stage
Speculative Fiction, Black Futures and the works of Justina Ireland
New York Times Bestselling Author Justina Ireland shares with us her work and her vision of the future.
Justina Ireland Nik Whitcomb
· Sessions
Session A Panels/Workshops/Presentations
Session A sessions are 45 minutes and will be available on the day of the event.
· Sessions
Session B Panels/Workshops/Presentations
Session B sessions are 45 minutes and will be available on the day of the event.
· Stage
Virtual Cosplay Contest
Our panel of judges will showcase creative submissions and announce winners.
· Stage
Finding Space In The Future
We are our ancestors' wildest dreams. So where do we go from here?
Nik Whitcomb Jamillah Hinson
· Sessions
Session C Panels/Workshops/Presentations
Session C sessions are 45 minutes and will be available on the day of the event.
· Networking
Cocoa Butter Happy Hour
Happy Hour

Speakers

Jade Rogers
Jade Rogers

Host

Tiana Conyers Art
Tiana Conyers Art

Presenter

Margie Sturgeon
Margie Sturgeon

Sponsor & Expert

Jamillah Hinson
Jamillah Hinson

Speaker

NERDSoul StreetGeek
NERDSoul StreetGeek

Speaker

Nik Whitcomb
Nik Whitcomb

Host

Norajane McIntyre
Norajane McIntyre

Expert

Justina Ireland
Justina Ireland

New York Times Bestselling Author & Mainstage Speaker

Miklos  Fitch
Miklos Fitch

Our Family Plays Games!

Tickets

From $10.00 to $20.00
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Booths

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