Why are we silent about certain aspects of who we are and what can we gain, individually and collectively, by breaking that silence? Using Audre Lorde’s The Transformation of Silence into Language and Action (1977), Hoda Hashi’s workshop explores this question from the perspective of voices within her community that have traditionally been silenced.
This event is free, but spaces are limited and advance booking is required. This event will take place on Zoom; attendees will be sent a link, text and guidelines ahead of the event.
Whitechapel Gallery with NUMBI: Postcards from the Diaspora
A series of readings and workshops curated by Kinsi Abdulleh, artist and co-director of NUMBI, a Somali-originated African-centred arts and heritage organisation. Sessions are led by black womxn and gender non-conforming artists, writers and thinkers engaging with language, decolonisation, intersectionality and diasporic thinking.
People of all genders, sexualities, faiths and ethnicities are welcome.
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Hoda Hashi is a writer, dirac designer and founder of Ina’Xaashi, a project creatively exploring intersectional diaspora Somali identity. Her work has been published by African arts & culture platforms OkayAfrica and TRUEAfrica, as well as gal-dem, an award-winning magazine dedicated to writing by women of colour.
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