Programme

Natasha A. Kelly

Schwarzer Feminismus

Book launch with Natasha A. Kelly and Emilia Roig (Founder & Executive Director Center for Intersectional Justice), plus a screening of the film “Sojourner” by Cauleen Smith.

Admission free / Registration until May 19 via tickets@hebbel-am-ufer.de / Late registration at the box office if necessary

Dialogue

German / English / 90 Min.

“Schwarzer Feminismus” (“Black Feminism”) is the title of the new book by writer, curator and filmmaker Natasha A. Kelly. What are the challenges facing Black women* in the Global North? And what can we learn from them today? The volume documents the continuity of this feminist intellectual tradition through texts that Kelly selected by Sojourner Truth, Angela Davis, bell hooks, Audre Lorde, Barbara Smith, Kimberlé Crenshaw, and others, some of which are appearing in German for the first time.                                                                                                                                   

Dates

  • Past
    Mon 20.5.2019, 19:00 / HAU1

Credits

An event by HAU Hebbel am Ufer in collaboration with Unrast Verlag.

Location

HAU1
Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

There are two marked parking spots in front of the building. Access to the Parkett by means of a separate entrance with lift when necessary. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised.

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