Dipsaus is dé tweewekelijkse podcast voor en door vrouwen van kleur en iedereen die geïnteresseerd is in een ander geluid.
Maatschappijkritisch, cultureel geïnteresseerd, politiek betrokken en altijd met een flinke schep humor, originaliteit en diepgewortelde eigenwijsheid. Te beluisteren wanneer je wilt, waar je maar wilt.
We are supposed to be on a summer break but we wanted to share this wonderful conversation we had with two brilliant minds back in June.
We had the pleasure of hosting the brilliant, young writer ✨Panashe Chigumadzi. She is a zimbawean born novelist and essayist who was raised in South Africa. Her Debut novel Sweet Medicine was published back in 2015, she worte These Bones Will Rise Again which reflects and expands on the Zimbabwean Coup of 2017 that was not a coup as well as her recent essay titled Why I Am No Longer Talking to Nigerians About Race. The good people of Bijlmerpark Theater invited Panashe to Damsko for a workshop and a reading last June and we took the opportunity to interview Panashe together with honorary Dipsaus member ⚡️Amal Alhaag who is the co initiator and co-curator of Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca collaborative project. Diasporic Self is an ongoing visual, sonic and dialogic programme and exhibition environment that looks into the meaning, conceptualisation, multiplicities and complexities of the notion of Black Togetherness across Europe.
The conversation that takes place between Amal and Panashe is a continuation of the conversation that Panashe started with her essay Why I'm no longer talking to Nigerians About Race calling for a borader broader solidarity within the global black diaspora.
Enjoy this bonus episode! 🖤🎧🎙
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