Black Feminists Taught Me—Brazil

For the fourth chapter of our collaborative series with Black Women Radicals, "Black Feminists Taught Me," we are proud to celebrate the influence and leadership of black feminists in Salvador da Bahia. This particular collaboration focuses on the experiences and viewpoints of black women, transgender, and queer individuals who are artists, educators, and academics. They provide invaluable insights into the realities of life in Salvador da Bahia, encompassing themes of survival, resistance, thriving, and existence.

This installment is created in partnership with Atlantic Archive, an initiative spearheaded by Sed Miles that serves as an incubator for transnational memory work.

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