The Voices of the Black Diaspora – Learning With Covid

The third episode of the Learning with Covid series, Voices of the Black Diaspora – a Dialogue on Political Resistance and Radical Love recorded on 28 June 2020.

A conversation with Charlene Sinclair (New York), Latoya Manly-Spain (Hamburg) and Jailson de Souza e Silva (Rio de Janeiro), with host Michael Roberson (New York) who discuss the intersection of race, gender, class and sexuality in the struggle for equity, freedom and justice. The final song is “Can’t Be Stopped” from Janet Jackson and Jesse Williams.

Learning With Covid is a series of impulses and conversations, a space to cultivate our connection, share different knowledges, unlock personal and collective potential, responding to the current crises as a planetary learning movement, hosted by EcoversiTeas (an Ecoversities Alliance initiative) Curated by Udi Mandel and Alessandra Pomarico, with the Ecoversities Alliance.

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