The Georgetown Law Journal Volume 112 Symposium will provide a forum to examine systemic racial injustice in a myriad of legal fields through an Afrofuturist lens. The November event will be in-person with a live stream, featuring Black scholars across a wide range of disciplines-law, theology, literature, media studies, philosophy, and sociology. It will be the first symposium in the US dedicated to this topic. The Journal has worked closely with Professor Bennett Capers of Fordham Law School, Professor Ifeoma Yvonne Ajunwa of Emory Law School, and Professor Etienne Toussaint of USC Law School to create the symposium. The event is co-sponsored by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The AI and the Law Program at Emory Law School and The Fordham Center on Race, Law, and Justice.