Dark Matter

Through an animated journey profiling today’s most innovative thinkers and activists, host Sonya Renee Taylor identifies moments in history where society chose a path toward inequity and provides us a portal to an alternative timeline based in justice and love, reminding us it is never too late to change the course of history.


Social Justice Docu-series meets Afro-futurist time travel

  • Black female animators transport viewers through space/time
  • Series highlights society’s most consequential departures from justice and humanity’s most powerful agents working toward new social, political and economic possibilities
  • Empowers the audience to see a just future as within the realm of their creation
  • Presents a fat, Black, queer woman as not only in the future but necessary for a thriving one

Dark Matter

Sonya Renee

I am
A Black Queer artist, activist, and apostle of radical self-love
Watching people awaken to their own divine potential. Everyday more people seem curious about healing, transformation and what that work makes possible in the world. I am excited about our collective becoming
Helping the collective Identify and illuminate human patterns
Favorite Book
Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. It was the first time I understood the power of language and imagination to create new worlds and transport us there
Song Selection
Big Poppa  by The Notorious B.I.G
Dream Destination
Bali and Senegal
Dark Matter
Dark Matter