Did you know W.E.B. DuBois wrote science fiction? Have you ever wondered what would happen if we could really change places with other races—George S. Schuyler and Nalo Hopkinson have some ideas to share. Science fiction is not just about men in a lab, or robots in space–it’s also about us, all of us, our families and our communities. Developments in science and technology affect people of all genders, races, and nationalities, so we should all have a voice in exploring the changes we’ll face. What lies in your future? How will climate change, genetic manipulation, or artificial intelligence affect you in the decades to come? Join us to read diverse perspectives in science fiction—and to start writing your own worlds of the future. Participants will need to obtain and read Black No More by George S. Schuyler, for which any medium will suffice (paperback, electronic, borrowed from library).