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Released in 2003, James Spooner debuted a 66-minute documentary film, Afro-Punk, exploring the lives of blacks within a white punk subculture.
Growing up bi-racial within the urban jungles of New York City is where Spooner discovered and connected with the punk music scene and culture.
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The festival originally sought to provide black people an opportunity to build community amongst the predominantly white punk subcultures.
Musical performers now represent a variety of genres, primarily known to reflect African-American culture.
Afrofunk's recent changes to its diverse cultural showcases, has allowed for the festival to build its masses to 60,000 attendees.
The Afropunk Festival (commonly referred to as Afropunk or Afropunk Fest ) is an annual arts festival that celebrates and unifies the cultural cornerstones of AFROPUNK through music, film, skate, and art.
The annual festival made its first debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in Brooklyn, New York City in 2005, and has since culturally expanded the festival across countries.
Due to festival alterations that deviated from original Afropunk culture, former co-founder, James Spooner made the decision to end his involvement with the festival in 2008.