During a walk in the center of Brussels, Omar Fassi Fehri guides you through the different types of oppression experienced by minorities.
The Minority Walk is a tour of the center of Brussels to discover the public space of the capital, told through the lens of how the oppression of various minority groups is still taking place, in different ways, representations, mechanisms and images. It’s around a two-hour stroll, with various stops (some famous and some curious…), with the aim to engage debate, raise consciousness, question our privileges and/or situations of discrimination, experiment, and share.
This walk is included in the Ecopolis ticket (which you can buy here). However, registration is necessary as there are only 20 spots for this activity.
We meet at 13:30 at AB Brussels and arrive back here at 15:30, in time for the first panel discussion.
Omar Fassi Fehri is a French teacher, professional translator (English/French/Arabic and Spanish), theater workshop facilitator and cultural actor. He comes from Morocco and has been living in Brussels since 2018. He studied Political Science in the University of Granada in Spain and French Literature in the University of Fez in Morocco. He currently is pursuing a Masters program in cultural Management at the ULB and writing his dissertation on "The acesss of racialized minorities to public theatre schools in the FWB".
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