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Sunday, September 1 • 15:00 - 17:00
Playing in the Dark. BPOC Women's Activisms and structural Invisibility in Germany (English)

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In this panel Each One Teach One (EOTO) and International Women Space (IWS) speak about grassroots self- organisation and the power of learning and teaching BPOC communities as well as the repercussion of such work in the media, in Germany.

Speakers
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Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard

Each One Teach One
Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard (EOTO) born in the Black Forest, studied journalism in Munich and film in New York and is currently working on her PhD at the Universität Bayreuth. She is co-founder and co-director of the Festival of African and African-Diasporic Literatures at the Universität... Read More →
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Saraya Gomis

Each One Teach One
Saraya Gomis (EOTO) is the Chairwoman of Each One Teach One (EOTO) e.V. and a teacher in the subjects French, History and Performing Play as well as a lecturer on colonialism and human rights. She is a certified parent instructor and in 2016 became Anti-Discrimination Commissioner... Read More →
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Jennifer Kamau

International Women Space
Jennifer Kamau (IWS) is a political activist born in Kenya who, in 2012, co-founded the International Women Space (IWS). She coordinates the IWS's refugee-women-only group "Break Isolation". The self-organised refugee women's group visits different refugee camps and together collect... Read More →
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Denise Garcia Bergt

International Women Space
Denise Garcia Bergt (IWS) is an activist and journalist. She was born in Brazil and moved to Berlin in 2008, where she began working on the documentary 'Residenzpflicht' about self-organised refugees' groups in their years-long fight against the restrictive law, which places invisible... Read More →


Sunday September 1, 2019 15:00 - 17:00
10 | Open Society Foundations

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