As part of the DE-HEIMATIZE BELONGING Conference taking place at Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin, CIJ will host a panel on the transformative process inherent to an intersectional perspective in the field of arts and culture.
Das Bündnis #GegenBerufsverbot lädt Freund\*innen, Kolleg\*innen und Schwestern\* und Brüder\* ein. Geleitet von Nurêy Özer soll es darum gehen, einen Raum für Austausch zu schaffen, die Rolle von Kopftuchverboten im eigenen Leben zu erörtern und mehr über die rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen des sog. Neutralitätsgesetzes zu lernen. In diesem Workshop sind wir die Expert*innen unserer eigenen Erfahrungen.
The time has finally come! The Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ) will hold its First Community Open Space in Berlin, as a follow-up to the inauguration conference which took place in September last year.
3rd Annual Black Feminism, Womanism and the Politics of Women of Colour in Europe
by Linh Müller
The third edition of the Symposium Black Feminism, Womanism and the Politics of Women of Colour in Europe is taking place in Berlin! CIJ is proud partner of this wonderful event meant to bring WoC perspectives to the forefront.
Black Lives Matter U.S. Community Exchange on Intersectional Feminism
by Elia Fushi Bekene
A delegation of Black Lives Matter and other social justice movements from the United States is in town for a week and we would like to create a space for exchange and solidarity with Black and POC social justice activists. This informal community meet-up will revolve around INTERSECTIONAL FEMINISM in light of the BLM movement in the U.S. and in Europe. How can we make our racial justice movement more intersectional and inclusive of feminist, queer, trans*, non-binary and disability issues? What can we learn from each other in that regard?
At the Intersections: Being Queer and of Color - Art, Spirituality, Love & Politics
by Emilia Roig
This panel will explore how art, spirituality, love and politics intersect in the existence and experiences of Black and of Color queer people. How can we link spirituality and politics of liberation in mutually feeding ways? What role can art play in social justice and liberation movements? How can we promote love and acceptance in our communities while at the same time struggling with feelings of anger, frustration and (self-)rejection?