A mapping of Black womxn and feminist networks in Brussels

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In 2021, Black History Month Belgium revolved around the creation of a Black community-driven and controlled archive with material related to the Black diaspora in Belgium. As part of her internship at the Archive and Research Centre for Women’s History, Graciela Dutrieue (student Interuniversity Master in Gender and Diversity) worked on drawing up a mapping of Black womxn and feminist networks in the Brussels-Capital Region (organizations, initiatives, key figures, meeting places…). Every Monday in March, a new vlog was launched.
 

Introduction

Vlog #1: Graciela explains her methodology

Vlog #2: Talks with anthropologist Stephanie Collingwoode Williams and organisation For All Queens

Vlog #3: Talk with black feminist Olivia

Vlog #4: Talk with black feminist Philsan Osman 

 

The project is a collaboration between Black History Month Belgium, VUB Crosstalks, RoSa asbl, the Archive and Research Centre for Women’s History and Graciela Dutrieue.

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