Lola Olufemi & Minna Salami: Critical Reflections on Feminism

Fri 21 Aug 19:00 - 20:00

The New York Times Main Theatre Online

Free, online

Lola Olufemi & Minna Salami: Critical Reflections on Feminism

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Since 2010, the award-winning blog MsAfropolitan has connected feminism with critical reflections on contemporary culture from an Africa-centred perspective. Its founder is Nigerian-Finnish writer and lecturer Minna Salami, a powerhouse of feminist thinking and organising whose first book of essays is Sensuous Knowledge: A Black Feminist Approach for Everyone.

Salami joins our event alongside writer and activist Lola Olufemi, author of Feminism, Interrupted. Olufemi is an organiser with the London Feminist Library and co-founder of FLY, Cambridge University’s network for women and non-binary people of colour.

In conversation with feminist historian Jade Bentil, Salami and Olufemi discuss the big ideas around empowerment, inclusion and activism and how (in Salami’s words) ‘we see ourselves, our history, and our world’.

This is a live event, with an author Q&A.

Part of our Hear Her Roar: Fighting for Feminism festival theme.

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