“We are still often told what to do.”

The First Noble Institute aims to help artists, creators, and writers of color succeed in the worlds of entertainment, arts, and culture. “We need a positive perspective that inspires us.” This perspective is Afrofuturism.

After ending up in an overworked state, he grounded Author, visionary creator and director Gerald Frieden, 41, founded the First Noble Institute, a platform that aims to help artists, creators, and writers of color succeed in the worlds of entertainment, art, and culture and give them a sense of pride and financial independence. He also wants to pass on the lesson he learned himself—believe in your strength, write your own history—to other people of Afro-Dutch descent. This year we celebrate the anniversary that the Netherlands abolished slavery 160 years ago. It is good to pay attention to this past, but we should not dwell on it. We may be descended from kings or other nobles who were enslaved. We just need a positive perspective to inspire us.

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Frieden found this positive perspective in Futurism, an artistic and philosophical movement promoting a utopian African vision of the future….

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