12.6.: Live Radio Show: Women Space is Everywhere!

hamburgThis is a Live Radio Event!
Visit us – in the open air studio at Waldemarstraße 47 from 5 p.m.
or listen to our Livestream online
6 p.m. – 9 p.m. http://www.basisradio.org/radio-metropolis/ &
7p.m.- 8 p.m. on reboot.fm UKW 88,4MhZ in Berlin and UKW 90,6 MhZ in Potsdam

Three months ago refugee and migrant women occupied the main stage of the International Refugee Conference in Hamburg. We want to talk about the motivation behind this political intervention and its consequences. What is refugee women’s role in the movement and how can we build links between feminist and refugee activism?

We will explore these and other topics on a wonderful Sunday evening with our guests:

Jennifer Kamau and Lea Hoppner. Activists from International Women Space, a group of migrant and refugee women coming to Germany from former colonized countries as well as women without that experience coming together to build a base and a common struggle against the effects of Fortress Europe.

Zari Harat is an artist concerned with gender, queer, women’s rights; a spiritual. political, human and ecological activist navigating her ideas in a neo- and postcolonial world. She promotes class and anti-colonial struggles for the right to stay (Bleiberecht). She is currently exhibiting her artwork “UR-SEIN” in Hamburg, in order to create a saner world with images. She has been living in Hamburg since 2010 and has spent many years in Berlin.

Mai Shutta is a computer engineer and activist from Sudan. Cofounder of the nonviolent youth mouvement Grifna, human rights defender, digital security trainer, nonviolence trainer and project coordinator with Kurve Wustrow. Working with refugees since 2011 and also consultant of several other organizations.

LaToya Manly-Spain is a spoken word artist , human rights activist, educator, member of Schwabinggrad Ballett and founder of the collective ARRiVATi

The evening will be hosted and moderated by the team of Wearebornfree! Empowerment Radio: Bino, Uli, Bahar and Tim.

we thank clearbluewater e.V. and Kulturamt Kreuzberg for their support.


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