From Crisis to Liberation

Artwork: Wu Tsang, "There is no nonviolent Way to look at Somebody" (Gropius Bau, Berlin. 2020). Copyright: The artist.

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From Crisis to Liberation

The Hall

The "Black Feminism and The Polycris" group is hosting the event 'From Crisis to Liberation: Art, Talks, Film & Music' at THE NEW INSTITUTE on Friday, June 14.


The event will immerse in an eclectic mix of knowledge production involving the senses and the mind. The keynote speaker is Professor Akosua Adomako Ampofo, one of Africa's most prominent scholars and intellectuals. She will speak about 'African Feminist Journeys of Healing and Survival Thriving'.
The event will also feature filmmakers and THE NEW INSTITUTE's alumni Mac Premo and Adrianna Dufay, and an acoustic performance by musician Sandra Nkaké.

The day will conclude with a screening of MAMI WATA, a Sundance discovery that was Nigeria's official submission for the 2024 Academy Awards.


This is a closed event. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Yasmin Guillén Lange. Press inquiries can be made here.

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