#rpDetroit Speaker Ingrid LaFleur: Access is the first step


Ingrid LaFleur is a curator, pleasure activist and Afrofuturist. Her mission is to ensure equal distribution of the future, exploring the frontiers of social justice through new technologies, economies and modes of government.
As a recent Detroit Mayoral candidate and founder and director of AFROTOPIA, LaFleur implements Afrofuturist strategies to empower Black bodies and oppressed communities through frameworks such as blockchain and universal basic income. Ingrid LaFleur is currently the Social Impact Advisor for Detroit Blockchain Center and curator of Manifest Destiny currently taking place at Library Street Collective in Detroit.

What message do you want to share at re:publica Detroit?
Exploring and engaging the possibilities of emerging tech to collectively build the future, that is where the power lies.

In one word, what does access mean to you?
Three words: The first step.

What are you looking forward to most at re:publica Detroit?
I'm looking forward to thought-provoking conversations and hopefully gaining a new perspective.

Find Ingrid LaFleur's speaker profile here: https://detroit.sequencer-tour.com/en/member/22234