The colour of one’s skin, one’s ethnicity, sexual identity, or social status define and redefine identities, they group and split women in various spaces: those of gadjos, Roma people, the LGBT community, poor people etc. What do the experiences of queer women and Roma women about the ”worlds” they navigate and with which they intersect tell us? Why do we need to incorporate the experiences of women who deal with multiple forms of discrimination and stigmatization? Do we need activism and intersectional feminism? How do we include more diversity, equality, and social justice in various movements?
These are some of the questions which our guests will try to answer by telling us about how the world looks like through their eyes as women, queer women, Roma women.
Guests: Antonella Lerca Duda, Tabita Ene, Elena Feraru, Nicoleta Vișan, Anca Nică
The talk will be moderated by Carmen Gheorghe (E-Romnja)