“What did Black Women’s actions in the 80s mean to our lives?” In a live radio show, Mo Salomon and Tineke E. Jansen look back to share their answers to this question with others. Meeting at the Women’s Studies Winter University in Nijmegen in 1983 led to much of their Black Women activism.
They both emigrated in the early 90s. Now, some 25 years later, they talk candidly about the impact of that heady time using music that is meaningful to them: Black Women’s history told through song.
This event is the result of a collaboration between the team of Biënnale Gelderland 2022: Collective P1 and the team behind Feminist Design Strategies at Het Nieuwe Instituut.
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