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During this final episode of the season, Edna Bonhomme spoke with Zoé Samudzi.This is Edna's last episode with the podcast after which Edna will continue to focus more on writing essays and books. You can get updates about Edna's work from www.ednabonhomme.com, Twitter @jacobinoire, or Substack Newsletter Mobile Fragments https://ednabonhomme.subst…
 
lyonga and Lucas Odahara join edna bonhomme to talk about collectivizing around anticolonial activism of the Coalition of Cultural Workers against the Humboldt Forum (CCWAH) and BARAZANI.berlin and how their activism is oriented towards creating a space of resistance and community, acting in solidarity with long-term calls for repatriation.The Coal…
 
In this episode Edna Bonhomme is in conversation with Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro. Mba Bikoro's work analyses processes of power & science fictions in historical archives critically engaging in migrational struggles & colonial memory focusing on queer indigenous and feminist biopolitics. The artist creates immersive performative environments for …
 
Fenja and Alina from the Black Student Union (BSU) at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin join edna bonhomme to share about organizing the BSU at the university. Expanding on the BSU starting in December 2020 and their first actions which included meeting with the Mittelbau (or department administration) at the Institute for Asian and African Studies, A…
 
Discussing the necessity for an ever-expanding intersectional climate justice movement, edna bonhomme and Indigenous lawyer and climate activist Yi Yi Prue are in conversation for this episode, expanding on Prue’s legal actions that took Germany to court for global warming, holding the German state accountable for the ongoing climate catastrophe, a…
 
Edna Bonhomme interviewed Shay-Akil McLean, Ph.D. (@Hood_Biologist. Shay-Akil is a Queer Trans masculine & gender queer man racialized as Black, on stolen Indigenous land, an educator, organizer, writer, public intellectual, human biologist, anthropologist & sociologist. Shay-Akil earned his Ph.D. from the UIUC School of Integrative Biology’s Progr…
 
In this episode, Edna Bonhomme spoke with Bino from Wearebornfree! Empowerment Radio(WeRadio!). WeRadio Is an independent is a radio programme organized by Refugees & Friends to empower each other; it was formed throughout the German Refugee Resistance 2012. The group serves as a platform for all marginalized people like women, children, LGBTIQ, Bl…
 
On a rainy summer day in Berlin-Neukölln Edna Bonhomme, Moritz Gansen and Sara Morais dos Santos Bruss met for a ‘theory conversation’ initiated by Nacre Journal and loosely centered around the theme of its Issue 4, General Public. Planned to be held at a public garden in Rixdorf inspired by the work of the philosopher and educational reformer John…
 
On self-empowerment, solidarity, and Black diasporic experiences, this episodes shares a conversation between Black feminist podcasters based (usually) in Berlin, featuring edna bonhomme from Decolonization in Action, Kate Cheka from Love in the Time Of, Cassianne Lawrence from Tones of Melanin, Goitsy Montsho and Rhea Ramjohn from Tanti Table, and…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme spoke with Saadya, an activist who has studied and worked on the larger issue around justice and climate activism. Her work has looked at renewable energies, transport change, energy efficiency, and these solutions-based approaches were closely linked to sustainable digitalization and strengthening of civil society. T…
 
In this episode, Kristyna Comer welcomes Wendi Muse — creator and host of the Left POCket Project Podcast — back to this podcast. This episodes begins with Wendi talking about the need to listen, making reference to Paulo Freire’s "Pedagogy of the Oppressed" and listening in the context of collective empowerment, anticolonial resistance movements p…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme is in conversation with Monilola Olayemi Ilupeju, a transdisciplinary Nigerian-American artist and writer living in Berlin. Primarily working with painting, performance, video, installation and writing, her studio practice acts as a (meta)physical space where she can produce evidence and embark on earnest freedom purs…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme interviews Ncube, a Zimbabwe-born, British writer and director based in Berlin, Germany. Ncube's films explore the Black African psyche in the modern world, especially how the past informs our present and derails our future. Ncube has been making off-theatre productions for close to 10 years. His three feature films c…
 
In this episode edna bonhomme is in conversation with artist and writer Grace Ndiritu. Ndiritu has been engaged in “The Year of Black Healing” which is an artistic response to President Macron’s declaration that 2020 is the year of Africa in the entire French territory. In order to counterbalance the co-opting of Black Culture by politicians to pro…
 
Season 3, Episode 7: Reading May Ayim through Poetic Revolutionaries in BerlinThis episode opens with spoken word poetess Savannah Sipho reading May Ayim’s poem titled “blues in Schwarzweiß” (“Blues in Black and White”) during a recent critical walking tour in Berlin called Dekoloniales Flanieren, or Decolonial Flaneur (August 21, 2020), organized …
 
edna bonhomme interviews Tiffany Florvil and they discuss Black-led social movements in Germany, the history of German colonialism, and transforming academic institutions.BioTiffany N. Florvil is an Associate Professor of 20th-century European Women’s and Gender History at the University of New Mexico. She specializes in the histories of post-1945 …
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme spoke with Natasha Marin, curator of "Black Imagination: Black Voices on Black Futures" (2020 McSweeney’s).Natasha Marin (NONWHITEWORKS) is an antiracism consultant based in Seattle, specializing in communications, community building, and digital engagement. Marin is also the curator of Black Imagination: Black Voices…
 
In this episode, Laurence Meyer asks various Afro/Black French people about racism and police brutality in France. Laurence Meyer is a jurist in public law and a PhD student in constitutional comparative law. She works on the impact of race on the French legal system.Marie-Julie Chalu is a theater actress; curator of the website Afropea (https://af…
 
This panel, entitled, "Revolutions from the Kitchen: On Technologies of Resistance and Radical Care," was part of the Alt_Cph20, co-produced with Salon Hysteria as part of the summer seminar series Hysterical Utopias, and curated by Ida Bencke. The conversation was between edna bonhomme, Luiza Prado de O. Martins, and Nazila Kivi on technologies of…
 
In this episode edna bonhomme speaks with Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor about Florida, Black communities in the American South, dreams, decolonizing the arts, writing, and joy.Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor is an artist, filmmaker and community organizer. Her roots are in the Southern United States, born in Mississippi and bred in Florida, forme…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme speaks with Thuc Linh Nguyen Vu about migration, cultural history, Vietnamese Polish relations, Black feminism, and African/Asian diasporas.Thuc Linh Nguyen Vu is currently a postdoctoral fellow (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) in the Global History Division in the History Department at the Freie Universität in Berli…
 
In this episode edna bonhomme speaks to four Black diasporic women and ask them about the current wave of Black Lives Matter protests and how they are shedding light on the racial strife happening in the United States and globally.The podcast also featured a clip from Fannie Lou Hamer:Fannie Lou Hamer, excerpt from Of Black America, episode 5, “The…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme interviews Hiba Ali and they discuss COVID-19, multimedia performance art, surveillance, global shipping, Amazon, and modes of healing. Hiba Ali is a digital artist, educator, scholar, DJ, experimental music producer and curator based across Chicago, IL, Austin, TX, and Toronto, ON. Her performances and videos concern…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme interviews Mihir about the Black Lives Matter movement, climate justice, the history of resistance in the Global South, the German left, and the power of internationalism. Mihir is a researcher with the group Anthropology of Global Inequalities at the University of Bayreuth where he also teaches courses in political a…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme and Skye Tinevimbo Chirape discuss Decolonising Forensic Psychology, migration, and decolonial research practices especially as it relates to the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.Zimbabwean born, Skye is a Forensic Psychology scholar, visual activist, and doctorate candidate at the University of Cape Town (U…
 
Will Fredo Furtado is a non-binary artist, writer and editor exploring power dynamics, cultural dislocation and the intersection of pop culture, decolonial thought, kuirness and technology. Born in Portugal of Guatemalan and Cape Verdean heritage, Will is based in Berlin, Germany. Since 2017 Will is the deputy editor of Contemporary And, an art pla…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme interviewed Lee Richards and Camille Barton, two queer decolonial activists and researchers living in Berlin about their practice of somatic healing. We also discussed how they are coping with COVID-19, what is happening in their communities abroad, and how we can help marginalized communities navigate through this cu…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme and Dr. Christienna Fryar discuss the history of Britain and the Caribbean and what it means to be teaching 500 years of Black British history. Recognizing that Black British history has only recently starting to gain institutional support in the British academy, Dr. Fryar puts institutional practices in context, disc…
 
Angela Merkel declared that up to 70% of Germany could be infected by COVID-19, leading to nationwide public health measures and the closure of the borders. For migrants living in Berlin, COVID-19 is raising questions about the health conditions of loved ones living abroad, as well as the rise of draconian measures that are linked with increased su…
 
As we find ourselves working through the current mass media frenzy, we turn to the not so recent past. Season 2 of this podcast begins with a conversation between edna bonhomme and Sara Salem, where they discuss the emergence of British imperialism in Egypt and how it led to the Egyptian revolution in 1952. They ask: What do Arab and Black Marxists…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme and Kristyna Comer, the hosts of the Decolonization in Action Podcast, present an overview of Season 1 and provides excerpts of some of the ways that guests have put decoloniality in their work by interrogating science, museums, memory, the arts, and climate justice. We will resume with Season 2 of the podcast in mid-…
 
This episode presents a chronological sweep of field recordings and interviews taken in Madrid during COP25, December 2019, by our guest host Sumugan Sivanesan. It begins with the December 6 Manifestacíon in which around 500,000 people marched in the streets of Madrid, before tracing discussions at the Social Summit for the Climate (Cumbre Social p…
 
In this episode, Berlin-based comedian, Kate Cheka discusses the Enlightenment, (post)coloniality, and the power of protest. In addition to talking about her work in comedy and the radical potential of joy and community building comedy can create, Kate also shares her scholarly research from her master’s thesis which centered around decolonial crit…
 
In this episode, Dr. Duane Jethro discusses the ways that heritage sites are constructed and re-imagined through the senses with special emphasis on post-Apartheid South Africa and Germany.Duane Jethro is a post-doctoral research fellow working in the Making Differences project at the Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CAR…
 
This episode focuses on Black and African people who dedicate their creative practices and activist work to climate justice and sustainable futures. While the UN Climate Change Conference (COP25) is taking place in Madrid, edna bonhomme discusses the climate crisis with Rebecca Abena Kennedy-Asante from BLACK EARTH - BIPoC Environmental & Climate J…
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme and Professor Chakanetsa Mavhunga discuss the history of the African continent with relation to scientific, technological, and medical innovations. A center piece of this conversation is the role that philosophical traditions and space have in shaping the epistemology of knowledge. They also examine Africa's colonial …
 
Dr. Alden Young is a political and economic historian of Africa. He is particularly interested in the ways in which Africans participated in the creation of the current international order. He is an assistant professor of African American Studies at UCLA and a member of the International Institute, affiliated with the International Development Stud…
 
In this episode, Kristyna Comer is in conversation with Kiel Ramos Suarez, a PhD candidate in history at Linnaeus University. Kiel discusses her current research on the medicalization of homosexuality and the ongoing impact of Spanish and US colonial rule.Decolonization in Action Podcast
 
In this episode, edna bonhomme and Wendi Muse discuss the long history of leftists of color. Creator and co-host of the podcast Left POCket Project, Wendi explains how she uses the medium of podcasting to make the many histories of leftists of color from around the world accessible while also actively creating community, initiating the podcast as a…
 
Interview with Dr. Luiza Prado de O. Martins whose work engages with material and visual culture through the lenses of decolonial and queer theories. In this episode we talked about her artwork, Brazil, reproduction, and the climate crisis.Luiza Prado: https://www.luiza-prado.com/aboutVilm Flusser Residency: https://transmediale.de/content/vil-m-fl…
 
In part 2 of this inaugural episode, we continue the conversation on coloniality in Berlin with Dr. Noa Ha and Prof. Dr. Tahani Nadim to interrogate how decolonization is currently being understood within Berlin institutions. We also discuss our guests’ own positionalities within academia, museums, and political organizations, as well as the decolo…
 
In part 1 of this inaugural episode, we invited Dr. Noa Ha and Prof. Dr. Tahani Nadim to discuss the relationship between German colonial history and Berlin—the metropole of that colonial past. We focus on Berlin’s street names and the Natural History Museum as spaces of remembrance and resistance. In this episode we ask ourselves, in what ways doe…
 
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