How do black communities find spaces to thrive, create and survive?
Wasi Daniju, Tendai Lewis, Jade Hylton and Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi discussed the meaning of representation, identity, loss and hope in art, photography, journalism and community organising.
Sharing personal journeys and insights from their respective crafts, the panellists explored what it means to bear witness, produce work and build communities at this current conjuncture, and offered ideas for collective ways of working, while resisting racism and oppression. They examined survival strategies, giving advice and important food for thought for others in a similar position and their allies.
Image: Front Yard, courtesy of Wasi Daniju Photography.
The Stuart Hall Foundation is a charity, established in 2015, committed to public education, addressing urgent questions of race and inequality in culture and society through talks and events, and by building a network of Stuart Hall Foundation scholars, fellows and artists in residence.