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A call to writers/ bloggers/ photographers/ nerds/ artists/ dancers/ dorks/ fashionistas/ all time geekery/ all around freakery.... We here at AFROPUNK are looking for contributors! If you have some ideas about writing an article, having your own video blog, performing a virtual lap dance, make a suggestion, etc., on please send us your info at
In your email; Tell us a little about yourself and send us a sample, be it what you're pitching or something you've already been working on. (Youtube links welcome, writing samples should be under two pages for the sake of our collectively failing eyesight.)

NOTE* We are looking for pitches. Please clearly flesh out your idea for, specifying in your description if you're looking to do a regular column, a one off, or just be on file for assignments we can throw your way at any given time.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Comment by Travis Little on November 20, 2015 at 2:11am

Travis Little

Travis Little debuts his first music video for summer smash hit entitled “Brown Skin”. The video embodies and praises your everyday black women. It is quite needed after years of police brutality, self hatred, and the lack of musical soul on radio pop stations.

It shows the power, the elegance and some what of the vulnerable side that women exude on a daily basis. Its a great way to end a summer and even a better to start a new era of black empowerment music.

Song By: Travis Little

Beat By: J Dilla

Video by: harlemthehedgehog

Comment by Aline Souza on November 12, 2015 at 9:43am

My name is Linoca , I'm from Brazil and have an illustration work and visual arts facing the Afro-Brazilians.


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Comment by Joyce Treasure on November 4, 2015 at 1:07pm

For all London based punks: As from 7th of November, Joyce Treasure will use her Gallery Stall space on North Cross Road market, Dulwich as a platform to collect and share experiences regarding identity. She will also have her usual artwork on display and available for sale. In the last 10/11 weeks of being on North Cross Road market, she has become aware that her artwork is evoking feedback that she had not predicted. 

For further information:

Comment by tobizarre on October 31, 2015 at 8:46am

If you don't know Kokondo Zaz... please allow me to introduce you ears to some amazing Afro-Folk-Industrial sounds....

Comment by JULIA SARR on October 23, 2015 at 1:16pm

Hey everyone, check out one of the most original vocal artist to emerge from Senegal , throughout the album Daraludul Yow "an impertinent dream, a vision of the piano in the savanna." When Jazz encounters Africa .

Comment by Olivia Little on September 7, 2015 at 3:49pm


check out an online magazine written by women of colour. Say hello to us in the above video! Like us on and on instagram and twitter @galdemzine xxx

Comment by Azeez Owokoniran on June 10, 2015 at 12:08pm

Hey whats up everyone, Im new to this. My name is Azeez Owokoniran and I'm a Young Film Maker from Chicago, I'm currently working on a film Project called "Don't Let "Em Die Easy" The is made in response to the frail state of policing in The U.S today. Help Bring it life by watching theTrailer and Donating here. https://www.kickstarter

Comment by tdf on June 1, 2015 at 7:57pm

this one is for a lot of people on this site.

but also for most of the people who probably don't use this site.

it explains itself...ish....but if you do want to know a tad bit more, let me know...

inspired by: those I met on my travels, differences, and a whoooole fucking lot.

Comment by Blackball Universe Music on May 11, 2015 at 6:22pm

AUSTIN, Texas -- It was hard to predict how the audience would react when Oakland's Fantastic Negrito took the stage at the South by Southwest music festival here Wednesday. Even though he'd just won a nationwide NPR contest, he was still largely an unknown performer.

He was the opening act, and a web page devoted to the show by one of its sponsors didn't even mention the performer by name.

Bob Boilen, host of NPR's "All Songs Considered," didn't think that would be a problem for long.

"I think the crowd will be absolutely in awe in about five minutes," he said.


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