Sarah Chander works for the European Netwerk Against Racism (ENAR), in her practice she focuses on race and gender equality, securitisation and the rights of people of colour and migrants in Europe
In this Small Talk on Identity Sarah Chander will have a conversation with Isaiah Lopaz (known from the Really Animated Conversations, The Small Talk on Language and Race,…) about identity focused activism and the need for recognition in society, about the romanticization of identity in activism and the question if it is reproducing normativity. Is identity a barrier to solidarity, between racialized groups versus between struggles? Can we find solidarity through a common experience of oppression? Feel free to join the conversation.
Hosted by Isaiah Lopaz
Part of NORMAL SCHNORMAL, a multidisciplinary programme on normality and other deviations.