Speaking Truth to Power is the first event: Reflections on the challenges and backlash encountered by African Women in movements against patriarchy, and how African feminist solidarity across colonial borders have been supporting the call for an equitable and just society. She will walk us through her activist path, from her days at university to her current work with Archive Amabali Wethu
Other events from the Masi Glocal Changemaker Imbizo:
May (Yoga Talk): Exploring the importance of digital safe spaces for trans and non-binary persons with Lusi Mahote (She/Her/They/Them), a multi talented activist, artist and social entrepreneur from South Africa, founder of cure-rated healing for trans LGBTQIA folx in South Africa.
June (Film screening): The Forgotten Migrants: Exploring the social, economic, and structural issues leading to forced migration in Mali and other African countries with Djiff Djimeli, a film maker and human rights activist from Cameroon.
June (Seminar discussion): Global Learning and Changemaking in the church: Mapping out a way to a more inclusive, sustainable and fairer world with young religious leaders.
July (Discussion): Global partnerships for Global Learning: The importance and possibilities of relationships between partners in the Global North and the Global South with Jonas Schumaker, Managing director of Masifunde South Africa.