Rasheedah Phillips



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“actually constraints of the worldview and epistemology of Eurocentrism itself, rather than artifacts of universal time and that therefore Africacentered scholars, applying a perspective external to that limited framework can say much more in terms of the potential for traversing presumed barriers of the space-time matrix.”
Rasheedah Phillips, Black Quantum Futurism Theory & Practice Vol. 1

“It encompasses the Blackness or darkness that permeates mental space and inner space. It refers to the light absorbing darkness of melanin, and the speed of darkness which surpasses that of light by not needing to move at all.”
Rasheedah Phillips, Black Quantum Futurism Theory & Practice Vol. 1

“Memory, like light, wraps itself around all objects in a room. Each object and item is recording the space-time event from its own perspective. In order to reconstruct a space-time event, you would have to get the memory from each object to build up the scene. Like a Scavenger hunt.”
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