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.
An all English Episode
In the context of the project/exhibition Diasporic Self: Black Togetherness as Lingua Franca, Framer Framed hosts the event Diasporic Self: Caring as Lingua Franca – Fiction & Myths of Black Womxnhood on Saturday 2 February, in collaboration with Dipsaus Podcast.
Caring as Lingua Franca – Fiction & Myths of Black Womxnhood looks into the historical and contemporary ways Black Womxnhood is fictively constructed and mystified. To think through Black Togetherness in the context of #FORTEU is to carefully sit with the realities, agency and genealogy of Black womxn and their existence in contemporary Europe. What are the myths? What is the fiction that moulds, produces and reshapes these relations across communities in the Diaspora?
Amal Alhaag invited us, Ebissé Rouw, Mariam El Maslouhi and honourary Dipsauser Olave Nduwanje to talk about the myths of blackness within the different African cultures and the communities we grew up in, the myths of blackness in realtion to literature and the myths of unbreakable Black Motherhood. Amal also invited the audience to join in the conversation and share their thoughts on this subject and what was discussed.
Imagery that was mentioned during the show: