The Center for Intersectional Justice Announces New Executive and Advisory Board Members.
by W. Motsi-Khatai
The Center for Intersectional Justice is excited to announce the appointment of Rokhaya Diallo and Fatima Zibouh to the CIJ Executive Board. The CIJ is also pleased to welcome Saraya Gomis and Nivedita Prasad to the Advisory Board.
The Power of “Death” - News Coverage of Anti-Black Police Brutality
by Julia Gaiser
The way news is selected, written about, and disseminated has always served those who govern the output of subjective world views under the guise of so-called ‘objectivity’. But where is the objectivity in mentioning George Floyd’s full name, while protecting the anonymity of the white police officer, Derek Chauvin...?
Pressemitteilung: Artikel 3 des deutschen Grundgesetzes
by Miriam Aced und Wadzanai Motsi-Khatai
Nicht alles, was mit Rasse zu tun hat, ist rassistisch, und der Wechsel von "Rasse" zu "rassistische Zuschreibung" legt etwas anderes nahe. Ist es rassistisch zu sagen, dass eine Person Schwarz ist? Das sollte es nicht sein.
Center for Intersectional Justice "Factsheet: Intersectionality at a Glance in Europe"
by Wadzanai Motsi-Khatai
The Center for Intersectional Justice is launching its online resource, the Factsheet: Intersectionality at a Glance in Europe. The Factsheet provides a framework and language for intersectional dialogue.
Against the Toxic: Acts of Disobedience, Interdependence and Vulnerability
by Leena Halees
This panel discussion addresses environmental injustice through the lens of the toxic and the discrimination surrounding its production and circulation, all deeply rooted in historical structures. The Invocations program comprises a series of performances, film screenings, talks and round-table discussions, workshop, and sonic interventions, which bring together artists, writers, academics, activists, filmmakers and musicians involved in this subject.