In creating a forum to discuss gendered racisms, ‘Complicit No More’ aims to encourage more generous and ‘conscientious’ feminist inspired dialogue. The panel event will highlight themes and challenges for black feminism and intersectionality, tackling topics that have been framed by Eurocentrism but which are also a part of intra-oppressions: how we relate to our selves, to each other and our communities. The winners of the #EíghtWomen Awards for Women of Colour will be announced before the panel event. I will discuss my essay, ‘Toxic Wars vs. Conscientious Feminism’ which you can read on Huffington Post UK.
I’m delighted to be taking part in Afropea Now!, a two-day symposium accompanied by film screenings, concerts, a workshop and exhibitions in Linz, Austria. The symposium will feature local and international artists, experts and activists who will discuss aspects of African-European identities and cultural productions from various points of view. With contributions from across Europe and Africa, “Afropea Now!” will focus on the social, cultural, historical and artistic interaction of African and European cultures in a global world regardless of national boundaries. My presentation is titled “Portrayals of African Women in Europe Historically and Today“
More info here https://ta.stwst.at/
Digital Women UK is celebrating its first anniversary by hosting a dynamic one day programme of activities on social media, technology and the arts for women who are, or who want to get, connected online. This is one for all you London based bloggers and otherwise digital natives! My workshop is titled “Blogging For Impact With Minna Salami”.
Will you be attending?—
Sign up to get new posts from MsAfropolitan directly in your inbox
Hi! I’m Minna Salami. I’m a writer, blogger, columnist, lecturer and speaker and the founder of the feminist blog, MsAfropolitan, which connects feminism to contemporary culture from an Africa-centred perspective. I’ve been listed alongside Michelle Obama and Angelina Jolie as one of “twelve women changing the world” by ELLE and my work has been used as a resource and case study at universities around the world. Like what you just read? Sign up above to receive new posts directly in your inbox.