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It's Still True to Punk Roots

The punk subculture surfaced in the U.S. in the mid-1970s and is characterized by a few ideologies such as anti-authoritarianism, non-conformity, not selling out, and DIY aesthetics. AfroPunk Fest has remained firm in its punk convictions and has certainly not sold out by continuing to promote diversity, non-conformity, individualism, progressive thought, and a DIY attitude. AfroPunk began as and continues to be a space for the “open-minded, non-conforming, and unconventional.”

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