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#ineveraskforit #sediconoèno is the first Italian podcast of the #blanknoise project by Indian artist and activist #jasmeenpatheja
"Se dico no è no" translates into the Italian context some of the practices born from Blank Noise's experience on gender violence, such as I Never Asked for It, Action Sheroes / Theyroes, Meet to Sleep, and Unapologetic Walking, activating a dialogue and a reflection on how to reappropriate public space introducing a vocabulary still absent in the definition of gender violence.
The podcast is part of @orchestrasoftransformation and curated by Locales and Visible. Numerous guests will be called to reflect on intersectionality, homo-transphobia, decolonial feminism, right to public space, movements and activism.
Some hosts, guests and collaborations of the first episodes include: Wissal Houbabi, Pietro Turano, Richard Bourelly, Lucia Caponera, Alexandra Lopez, Marie Moise, Kwanza Musi Dos Santos, Serena Olcuire, Bridget Uche, Arci Gay, Azione Trans, Differenza Lesbica, Collettivo Nwanyi, Feel Good Cooperative, among others. ... See MoreSee Less
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