Our logo is from the Adinkra, an ancient system of visual symbols from the Ashanti region in Ghana, and can be translated as unity in diversity.
Research and Reflection
Responding to and learning from current and historic lived experiences and anti-racist practice, this stream of work is a space for refining, critiquing and expanding our own understanding of oppression both as individuals and as a collective, in a process of continued self-reflection and generating strategies for social change.
Healing and Liberation
Exploring the intersection of race and wellbeing, platforming tools and different bodies of knowledge for collective resistance, resilience and healing from harmful systems and structures of oppression.
Critical Histories and Futures
Critical Histories and Futures is focused on remembering, amplifying and recovering black and brown histories.By interrogating the singular euro-centric lens through which history is constructed and determined, we are resisting the erasure, trivialisation and homogenisation of black and brown histories. Continuously working from the margins, with nuance, specificity and criticality, we aim to expand our historical foundations and re-imagine futures where we can all thrive.
You can find out more about the projects we are doing under these workstreams in our project pages.
Late summer/Autumn 2019 events calendar available soon!