It's About Our Booties - We are here to be alive! - Workshop 1

It's About Our Booties - We are here to be alive! - Workshop 1

Ginnie Bekoe and Tsepo Bollwinkel are two queer, disabled and racialized fat younger / older trans * people from the Hamburg area.

In their work, both fight for (self-) liberation from forms of social oppression.

Recognize which mechanisms are working and understand their connections, share resistance knowledge and open spaces for confusion, anger, sadness, pride, (self) love and lust: this is what these workshops should offer in the safest possible framework. Ginnie and Tsepo orient themselves towards the needs of the participants.

The workshop will develop process-oriented, together with you and your content. Central will be a common exchange, space and time for you and your processes around (your) body. With a lot of peace and quiet, you can work together and strengthen yourself.

For: fat black people / indigenous people / people of color who are disabled.

This workshop will be held in spoken German, English is an advantage, but not a requirement. Contact us if you need a translation into German sign language!
The workshop will take place online!

15. Aug. 2020

Online

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