Sat, Jul 18 | Zoom

Livestream Q&A: Colonization's Role in Anti-Blackness and Colorism

In this portion of the experience we are seeking to identify and explore the role of anti-blackness and colorism within advocacy efforts and activism. We explore how we relate to ourselves, and how we organize, advocate, and activate communities through a pro-black lens.
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Livestream Q&A: Colonization's Role in Anti-Blackness and Colorism

Time & Location

Jul 18, 2020, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Zoom

About the event

The Decolonize Un-Conference is a space for advocates and activists of the global majority to (un)learn, heal, and cultivate community through acknowledging the personal, local, and national impacts of colonization, and heal our relationship to self, others, an the natural world. Topics vary from city to city, and have included race, anti-blackness, anti-indigeneity, the gender binary, art as activism, relationship to land and animals, food, body image, mental health, navigating academia, language, and spirituality.

Only people of color may attend this event. White allies are encouraged to support by volunteering and making a donation/reparation. All ages and experience levels are welcome. This series is completely free.

Each panel session will be recorded and shared for listening, after which we will stream a live Q&A. Registration is required to have access to the livestream.

The un-conference is currently in English only. We are hoping to be able to offer un-conferences in Spanish and other languages in the future.

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