Events & Community-Engaged Initiatives

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

  • Online monthly community-engaged  events that create a safe and informative space for Black Brazilian women immigrants, discussing discuss a variety of topics that pertains to their livelihoods. Join us every second Tuesday of the month via Zoom, or every Monday on ClubHouse (Club: Kilomba)

  • Course: Black Brazilian Feminisms and Favelas. March, 2020. More >

Workshops

  • Black Brazilians Studying Abroad. Series of workshops for Black Brazilian students who wish to pursue graduate studies in the United States. October 2020. Videos>  Event>

  • Resume and job interview in the U.S.: Free professional development workshop for Black Brazilian women. April 2021. More>

events

  • 1st Black Brazilian Women Intellectuals International Conference: Quilombo as Global Black Solidarity in the Past, Present and Future. Event organized in partnership with the Institute of Latin American Studies at Columbia University. More>

  • Black Lives Matter Across the Americas: Black Youth Organizer and the Struggle for Racial Justice. Event organized in partnership with the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and Harvard University. More>

  • Economic Hardship and Vaccination in Black Communities in Brazil and in the United States. February, 2021. More>

  • 41st Birthday of Marielle Franco: Celebrating Her Legacy and Honoring the Marielles in the World. July, 2020. More

  • Black cinema, ancestrality and liberation: Celebrating Brazil's Black History Month. November, 2019. More >

  • Centering Black Brazilian Feminisms. More>

  • The Global War on Black People and our Global Resistance. Organized by AfroResistance. Co-sponsor: Kilomba Collective.  June, 2020. More >

  • Black Parenting as Immigrant During The COVID-19 Crisis. More>

  •  A Year Later: Racial and Gender Inequalities in Health. March, 2021. More>

  • International Vigil for Justice, Action, and in Remembrance of João Alberto Silveira Freitas and Countless other Black Brazilians Who Were Victims of Violence. More>

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