Our Vision And Mission
The Institute of Afrofuturist Ecology envisions a socially and economically just society that values Nature and protects an ecological balance for the seventh generation.
The Institute of Afrofuturist Ecology is a land-based eco justice organization serving at the nexus of Black culture, land and technology. Founded by regenerative farmers, artists, healers, technologists and academics, it is a millennial think tank, cross pollinating a diversity of practitioners to dramatically improve the lives and livelihood of disenfranchised black families by helping them to become self-sustaining. Our mission is to advance economic and racial justice, to solve environmental problems and to create better opportunities and outcomes for a more just and sustainable future.
The Institute applies whole-system thinking, design, technology and a community engaged arts approach for popular education, movement organizing, and community enrichment; amplifying creativity for social change that will shift narratives about race, class, gender and sexual orientation. The Institute is a repository established to deliver skills, knowledge and resources that build an inclusive clean economy.
We envision a socially and economically just society that values Nature and protects the ecological balance for the seventh generation
Institute of Afrofuturist Ecology addresses the following issues:
• Arts & Culture
• Civic Engagement
• Economic Empowerment
• Environment & Climate Change
• Food & Agriculture
• Social Justice
• Systemic Poverty