The Digital
Diaspora

NFT auctions begin on Juneteenth

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The Digital Diaspora is an exhibition celebrating Black liberation and creativity. Using Afrofuturism as a guiding principle, The Digital Diaspora is intent on empowering and increasing equity for Black artists by illuminating their influence on culture. On Juneteenth—a day that is essential to acknowledging Black freedom—the exhibition will open at Superchief Gallery NFT and auctions will begin on Foundation.
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Diana Sinclair

Diana Sinclair is a 17-year-old internationally recognized visual artist, activist, and curator. Her work focuses on Black and/or gender identity and persuasively champions her commitment to social activism. Fundamental to her core, Sinclair’s artistic expression and activism is about change, supports change, and creates change.

The auction will benefit:

herstoryDAO

herstoryDAO is an on/offline art collective dedicated to preserving and incubating the stories of marginalized crypto creators—prioritizing Black femmes—who have historically been underrepresented in art and technology. By funding and facilitating artist incubation, IRL exhibitions, and community collaborations, herstoryDAO aims to amplify and empower the vital voices of Black women and non-binary people for their contributions to popular culture.

G.L.I.T.S.

G.L.I.T.S. provides sustainable access to safety and holistic care for the TLGBQIA+ community—through housing, harm reduction, education, healthcare, and beyond. G.L.I.T.S. centers Black trans liberation and the lives of trans sex workers.

With support from:

Towards Utopia

@TowardsUtopia

Mint Fund

@mintfund
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