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Dark Laboratory Launches Digital Decolonial Glossary

16 October 2020
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From the Dark Laboratory website:

In this virtual showcase, students from Tao Leigh Goffe’s Cornell seminar “Archipelagoes: A Digital Decolonial Lab” will present their final collaborative project a glossary of terms for decolonization. The glossary will center mother tongues of Indigenous language, creoles, pidgin, and patwas. Tao Leigh Goffe has contributed to Small Axe and sx salon, and will appear in the upcoming issue 63 of the journal. 

Stony Brook LACS presents: 'CuCa: Cuir Caribbean Voices/Voces Cuir del Caribe'

16 October 2020
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Date: Thursday, 22nd October

Time: 4:30pm EST

From Stony Brook Latin American and Caribbean Studies:

A conversation with contemporary queer Caribbean writers Yaissa Jiménez (República Dominicana), Johan Mijail (República Dominicana), Ángel Antonio Ruiz (Puerto Rico) y Juan de Dios Sánchez (Colombia)

sx salon's creative editor Rosamond S. King to feature in Brooklyn Book Festival

21 September 2020
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Date: Monday, 28th September
Time: 7:30pm

Discover your next favorite New York reading series! The Reading Series of New York collective is excited to feature readers from five of New York’s finest reading series. Each curator will introduce a writer who epitomizes the spirit of their series – featuring Rosamond S. King (Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon), Stacie Evans (Big Words, etc.), Malcolm Tariq (Maracuyá Peach Reading Series), I.S. Jones (Angry Reading Series), Marwa Helal (Soul Sister Revue), and Rachel Eliza Griffiths (First Person Plural Reading Series)!

Black Women Radicals present "Caribbean Feminisms" digital event series

18 September 2020
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From Black Women Radicals' Twitter:

We are excited to launch our "Caribbean Feminisms Series", a four-part digital event series hosted & curated by Nana Yeboaa Afua Brantuo & Dr. Andrea N .Baldwin. The series pays homage to historical & contemporary Caribbean feminists & feminisms.

The first event of the series, "Digital Caribbean Feminisms", is on Thurs., Sept. 24 @ 4:30 PM ET. Panelists include: Dr. Tonya Haynes, Zainab Floyd, Dr. Angelique V. Nixon and Kenita Placide. 

New podcast Zora's Daughters focuses on Black feminist anthropology

17 September 2020
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Small Axe editorial assistant Alyssa A.L. James and Brendane Tynes co-host Zora's Daughters, a bi-weekly podcast that uses Black feminist anthropology to think through race, politics, and popular culture. Together, they theorize social issues in a way that is accessible and entertaining, with a syllabus for each episode. Episodes are available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, and more.