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Our stories will not stay secret

26th Oct 7pm, Free Word Center

How are black, brown, Muslim and working class groups forced into silence?

“Even when our communities don’t have the jargon for it, we know it because we live it, our bodies archiving. A kind of testimony.” – Farzana Khan

In a society dominated by the politics of fear and shame – how are black, brown, Muslim and working class groups forced into silence?  What language must be created between ourselves – outside of oppression and beyond hurt – to hear each other and transform the world over?

Join writer and arts educator Farzana Khan, former Young People’s Laureate for London, Selina NwuluDr Azeezat Johnson and singer/song-writer Promi Ferdousi for a powerful evening of inspiring discussions and performances, in response to Farzana’s debut piece “Revolutionary Mothering: Staying Alive in Violent Times”.

Free Word
60 Farringdon Road London
EC1R 3GA
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