KIN is an initiative which launched last year aiming to bring dozens of activists and organisers together to explore the history of national and international social movements, to share organising practise and to contextualise what achieving collective liberation looks like for us. Teju will be participating and leading a workshop on Transnational Solidarity and redistributing resources across borders.
The 2019 Gala will be an intimate gathering to celebrate our regional textile culture through hands-on activities and storytelling, as well as student interpretations of climate beneficial clothing from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM), and the emergence of the 2019 Fibershed Knitalong. Teju will lead a workshop on mapping where our clothes come from and collective accountability.
Our Climate Voices and Loam will be organizing Community Call-In: Storytelling to Reimagine & Regenerate as part of a nationwide project to inspire creative climate storytelling and impactful climate action.
During our evening story share, urban geographer and inclusive climate justice advocate Teju Adisa-Farrar and filmmaker and photojournalist Michael Estrada will share their personal climate stories. Through braiding together insight on collective action with tangible tools for creating narratives that inspire change, this story share will be a special opportunity to learn from young climate activists about what ethical storytelling looks like in practice.
I’m on the scientific committee, moderating a panel, and a featured poet.
Present a talk entitled: “Decentralization, Decommodification, Decolonization: Possibilities for Uncolonized Resistance”
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Teju will host workshops as well as perform during her week with We Dey!
Workshop 1 - July 10: Black Womyn on Happiness and Hedonism
Workshop 2 - July 11: Transnational Diaspora Affirmations
Closing Reception & Performance - July 12
Presenting: "Micro-Geographies Of Blackness: Black Activists and Artists In Brussels and Vienna Creating Space In The City"
Museum of the African Diaspora presents “We’re Staying: Poetry with Sounds of Resistance and Celebration".
R.A.M Collective Presents: Urban Bush Stories from the Diaspora (Performer and Host)