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Monday, October 23 • 9:00am - 10:30am
#DLFforum opening plenary: Rasheedah Phillips keynote

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Join us for the opening of the 2017 DLF Forum! We'll be introducing Forum fellows, thanking our sponsors and organizers, and hearing an important keynote talk by Rasheedah Phillips.

Rasheedah Phillips, Esq. will open this year’s DLF Forum with an exciting keynote talk entitled "Creating Communal Space-Times, Activating Quantum Time Capsules."  She'll discuss community-driven documentation, cultural memory and conceptions of time, and the potential of digital libraries to support and be shaped by marginalized people’s work to imagine alternate futures. Phillips will draw on her practical perspectives and experiences as a public interest attorney and activist, working against forces of gentrification and eminent domain in North Philadelphia — and on her conceptual ones, as an artist, science fiction writer, and co-founder of a community center designed around principles of Afrofuturism and Black Quantum Futurism.

Watch online: https://forum2017.diglib.org/livestream-recordings/

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Rasheedah Phillips

Creator, The Afrofuturist Affair
Phillips is a 2008 graduate of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. She serves as managing attorney for the housing unit at Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and Creative Director of an arts-based grassroots organization called The Afrofuturist Affair, which she founded in 2011. As part of the Black Quantum Futurism collective, she collaborated with Camae Ayewa (who tours and performs as... Read More →


Monday October 23, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
Allegheny
  • Sponsored by: Carnegie Mellon University Libraries

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