Kwame Nimako, the founder and director of BESS (Black Europe Summer School) will be in conversation with Stephen Small, Pooyan Tamimi Arab, and Mano Delea, moderated by Wayne Modest.
DATE: Thursday, 25 February
TIME: 15-17 hours (Amsterdam time, CET)
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For this conversation, the Research Center for Material Culture at the National Museum van Wereldculturen in the Netherlands has invited Kwame Nimako as part of the RCMC Thinking With series. For over forty years, Nimako has not only deliberated on multiculturalism and samenleven, but has produced scholarship and activist work that asks: What might it mean to claim one’s right as a project of solidarity, not in self-interest, but in the interest of each other?
Banner image from Darlene Clark Hine, Trica Danielle Keaton, and Stephen Small’s Black Europe and the African Diaspora. University of Illinois Press, 2009. Kwame Nimako and Stephen Small have an article in the volume titled “Theorizing Black Europe and African Diaspora: A Discourse on Location.”