Sisters and Souls. Inspirations by May Ayim



In the course of the German women's movement a second wave of the Black German movement emerged, in which the Ghanaian-German poet May Ayim played a crucial role. She became internationally recognized for her writings and the co-editorship of the benchmark publication "Showing Our Colors" in the 1980s. In commemoration of May Ayim's 20th death anniversary Black women writers from divers generations present in "Sisters and Souls", edited by Natasha A. Kelly, how they were politically and personally inspired by May Ayim.

In collaboration with Orlanda Verlag.


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    Sat 19.12.2015, 18:30 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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