Aurora Vergara, Nidia Góngora, Francia Márquez, Mary Grueso (Colombia), and Amber Henry (United States)
This panel will reflect on how the voices of black, Afro-Colombian, palenquera, and raizal women are represented in the field of arts, politics, community processes, and academia. Participants will talk about the production of images, figures, symbols, and narratives that make it possible to generate knowledge about their past, present, and the production of memory for their future. In terms of methodology, a metaphor of constellations of diasporic routes will be used, built between the roads to the sea and the inter-Andean valleys to weave territories of emancipation and dignity. The goal is to close the activity with analytical codes for institutional, political, and community advocacy.
Friday, August 10 - 9 a.m.
Coliseo El Pueblo, Cali.