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Afrofuturism: Changing the Narrative on the Future of Bodies

  • 26 Aug 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual

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  • This registration level pays for your ticket and helps subsidize BIPOC, student, and community registrations.
  • This registration level is for any Black, Indigenous, and/or Person of Color regardless of profession. This pricing structure is one way ASDAH is working to repair the historic and ongoing marginalization of BIPOC people in our movement.
  • This registration level is for students and community members who do not use HAES® in their professional lives.

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Afrofuturism: Changing the Narrative on the Future of Bodies

This interactive workshop will give a history of AfroFuturism as well as an opportunity to discuss and work with the ideology of AfroFuturism (context, resilience, futurist ideation) as they apply to the ongoing work of ending fat antagonism. We will also discuss how we envision the ways in which we talk about bodies, examine bodies, and celebrate bodies in a way that humanizes all individuals along a spectrum of the diversity of bodies.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Stephanie Chrismon is a Black/biracial (Black/German), Fat, Queer, Afrofuturist, writer and educator who identifies as masculine of center. She presents and writes on various topics related to issues of race, sexuality, family karma, social justice, as well as generational theory using pop culture, literature, and art as critical tools in exploring social justice and dismantling oppression. She earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Hamline University and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Minnesota, Morris.

Stephanie was a participant in the 2016-2017 Loft Mentor Series in Poetry and Creative Prose and was a fellow in the 2015 Emerging Writers’ Mentor Program sponsored by the Givens Foundation for African American Literature. Her writing has appeared in Water~Stone Review, MN Artists, The Root, Black Girl Nerds, Medium and is included in the anthology Queer Voices: Poetry, Prose, and Pride. Her debut novel (under her pen name dc edwards), Bright City, was published in 2017.

She is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consultant for the UW MESA state office via AmeriCorps. She is also an independent DEI consultant with Avant Consulting Group and Strategic Diversity Initiatives working with health systems and higher education.

She is also a very proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated a Black Greek Letter Organization (BGLO) formed in 1920 on the Howard University campus. She has been a member of the Sigma Beta Zeta chapter in Roseville, MN since December 2018.

She currently lives in Saint Paul, MN where she has lived for 20 years.

IMPORTANT DETAILS

Recorded Event

This event will be recorded (both audio and visual). By registering for this event, you consent to this recording. The recording will be emailed to all registrants after the presentation has ended and be available for viewing for one month after the live event has ended.

Joining via Zoom

After purchasing your ticket for this Virtual Event, you will be emailed a link that will allow you to join the live event.

Needed Technology for this Virtual Event

This event will require you to use Zoom. Please download any needed applications and check system requirements prior to the event.

In order to get the most from the event and to fully participate, you will need one of the following devices:1) Laptop computer (camera is optional), 2) Desktop computer (camera is optional), 3) Smart Phone or Tablet (camera is optional) (some features are not available on devices, but you will be able to see and hear the presentation.)

*Continuing Education Credits

*ASDAH is not a pre-approved CE provider. It is the obligation of the attendee to determine whether or not this webinar meets the criteria for their licensing entity’s CE requirements. ASDAH retains a list of those who registered for and attended the live webinar along with who completed a post-attendance evaluation of the event. The evaluations include a minimum of three questions that evaluate the attendee’s understanding of the learning objectives provided above. ASDAH does not guarantee CE credits.

*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CANCELLATION, NON-ATTENDANCE, & REFUNDS: NO REFUNDS will be given regardless of cancellation or non-attendance. If the event is cancelled by ASDAH a full refund will be issued.



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