For its first event of 2023, Kwazman Vwa welcomes Michaëla Danjé. Danjé is a multi-talented Afro-Caribbean artist with Guadeloupean roots. In addition to writing, rapping, and creating music beats, she is a founding member of Cases Rebelles, an anti-authoritarian collective of creators, thinkers and social activists. Their approach, which they define as PanAfroRevolutionary, unfolds via multiple paths, including books, a socially engaged podcast, and cultural events. In 2021, Cases Rebelles published AfroTrans, a rich volume of essays, interviews, poems and short fictions designed with accessibility for all in mind, for people of all races, genders and educational backgrounds, and as an open space for Black trans artists, activists and intellectuals to tell their own stories on their own terms, away from the archival eye. Danjé will be discussing AfroTrans as well as Cases Rebelles’ current and future projects with Kwazman Vwa’s Jocelyn Sutton Franklin and Corine Labridy. The interview will be in French via zoom. Register below.
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