Black Parade - Autumn Day Party
A message from the curator:
“As we enter into the final quarter of 2020, we take the time to pause and reflect. We drink to what we’ve lost, dance to all we’ve gained, and take in the lessons. We are magic. We come together in hope and love to hold each other in sacred space.” - Sedric Perry
Autumn themed Day party, to celebrate black joy. Live performances, food, panel, DJs and more...
** Due to Covid-19 law restrictions this will be a seated event. But a turnt one none the less **
8 Euros for POC
12 Euros Regular Ticket
K.ZIA - performer
Is a Berlin based Afro-european Future-Soul Artist. The young artist’s music is about expressing her key values: self love, acceptance, respect, and togetherness through vocal experiences, groove and lyrics, in both French and English. K.ZIA’s music is an expression of a mix of ethnicities, cultures, and life experiences. To be heard.
Noah Slee - performer
New Zealand artist Noah Slee combines traditional soul influences whilst experimenting with electronic production blending an array of genres ranging from future beats, contemporary soul, progressive RnB, to indie-electronica.
Lola Rose - performer
"Savage Ratchet Classy Juicy Auntie"
Femdelafem - DJ
Nigerian born, London raised. Berlin based multidisciplinary artist often framed as "The people's champ" values being able to create comfortable spaces and an atmosphere needed for people to feel good.
Fka.m4a - DJ
Brent Drummond - panel host
Brent Wesley Drummond designs projects dedicated to improving the welfare of refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, and stateless persons. His interventions focus primarily on the needs of survivors of gender-based violence. He is a former legal counselor at Lawyers for Human Rights (Johannesburg), former legal advisor at St. Andrew’s Refugee Services (Cairo), and former assistant to the United Nations International Law Commission’s Special Rapporteur on the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters. He is currently based in Berlin where he is building a social enterprise that employs community based solutions for problems facing refugee communities.
Brent received a JD from Harvard Law School, an MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies from the University of Oxford, and an AB from Dartmouth College. He is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS), a 2014 Chayes International Public Service Fellow, a 2015 Harvard Human Rights Program Fellow, and a 2015 Harvard Law Academic Fellow. Brent is also a visual artist, exhibiting his work under a pseudonym.
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- All genders, orientations, ethnicities are welcome. We ask that you respect the sanctity of the culture by not participating in any hate speech, discrimination, or cultural appropriation.
- You must register your full name, address, email or phone number upon entry.
- This is a seated event.
- A mouth and nose mask must be worn when you leave your table or move about.
- We must respect the 1.5 meter distancing rule.
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