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28 March 2024
Performance Space New York Online

A Global Feminist Critique of Capital: Reflecting on Fanon, Federici, Spillers, and Spivak

Silvia Federici Hortense J. Spillers Gayatri C. Spivak Denise Ferreira da Silva Paula Chakravartty

A conversation and livestream considering a global feminist critique of capital with Silvia Federici, Hortense Spillers and Gayatri C. Spivak.

Peachy orange background with black text that reads Happy Birthday Marsha!
24 August 2020
Online

Happy Birthday, Marsha!

adrienne maree brown Black Obsidian Sound System Lola Olufemi Tourmaline

On the birthday of Marsha P. Johnson, this event brings together several elements that celebrate the radical care and kinship characteristic of the Trans revolutionary.

Revolution is not a one-time event
A blue and mauve background with black text that reads System Errors
17 August 2020
Online

System Errors: Abolitionist Technologies and Aesthetics

American Artist Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley Juliana Huxtable Legacy Russell

A panel exploring the radical potential of technologies through fugitivity and opacity: their ability to obscure, to make it impossible for us to be known, to render us untraceable by every arm of the state even under the all-consuming spectre of surveillance capital.

Revolution is not a one-time event
A pink and mauve background with black text reads The Poetics of Abolition
10 August 2020
Online

Poetry is Not a Luxury: The Poetics of Abolition

Canisia Lubrin Christina Sharpe Nat Raha Saidiya Hartman Nydia A. Swaby

A panel exploring the poetics of abolition. “Poetry is not only dream and vision; it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change.”

Revolution is not a one-time event
A peachy orange background has black text that says Abolitionist Feminist Future
3 August 2020
Online

The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House: Abolitionist Feminist Futures

Akwugo Emejulu Gail Lewis Hortense J. Spillers Miss Major Zoé Samudzi

A panel exploring how to dismantle the master’s house — its material edifices and ideological architecture — and the construction of abolitionist futures in the present.

Revolution is not a one-time event
Peach and pink gradient with black text: Revolution is not a one-time event
3 – 24 August 2020
Online

Revolution is not a one-time event

Join activists, academics and artists as they reflect on abolitionist praxis and thought, exploring covergences with gender, poetry, technology, performance, speculation, aesthetics, film and culture. This series of events commemorates Black August and is for anyone who wishes to answer the abolitionist call to action and thought.

A panel of four folks sit as one wearing a dark jacket and specs speaks
18 April 2014
The New School

Literary Reflections of Ballroom

Various Artists

A celebration of the release of four books written by members of, and focused on about the House and Ballroom scene.

Master Ballstar Weekend
a banner with painted letters saying sex work is work
20 April 2017
Terrence Higgins Trust

Community Discussion: LGBTQI People & Sex Worker’s Rights

Join Umbrella Lane and special guest migrant trans sex workers in a community discussion about the points of intersection in LGBT people’s rights and sex worker’s rights.

Sex Workers’ Festival of Resistance
Four People sitting in a row, one in red hair talking
20 April 2017
Strathclyde Uni

Supporting Sex Workers

Catriona O’Brien Chamindra Weerawardhana Gracie Mae Bradley Juno Mac Laura Watson Luca Stevenson Nadine Stott Paulina Nicol Sabrina Sánchez Thierry Schaffauser

Three panels offering opportunities to discuss how to build stronger alliances between the sex workers’ rights, migrants rights and reproductive justice movements and how to face, together, an increasingly punitive and reactionary system.

Sex Workers’ Festival of Resistance
Daniel Carter sitting backstage at MLFC 07
13 May 2007
The Sage Gateshead

Talk Hosted by Byron Coley

Byron Coley Daniel Carter Sabir Mateen

Free-jazz chat with Sabir Mateen, Daniel Cater, Andrew Barker – hosted by Byron Coley.

Music Lover’s Field Companion 07
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