Black Internationalism Series: Anti-Carceral Feminism in Ecuador
Start: Wednesday, June 15, 2022• 4:00 PM • Eastern Standard Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
End: Wednesday, June 15, 2022• 5:00 PM • Eastern Standard Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
A link to attend this virtual event will be emailed upon RSVP
What does it look like for Black freedom struggles around the world to be in solidarity across borders? How can young people support the ongoing struggle for self-determination happening in Ecuador? Join Dissenters for Black Anti-Carceral Feminism in Ecuador, the third conversation as part of our Black Internationalism Web Series featuring activists and organizers around the globe. Register for our third session of the series with Juana C. Francis Bone, where we’ll hear about the Black feminist anti-carceral movement in Ecuador and prospects for international solidarity.
Dissenters’ Black Internationalism Web Series will feature a series of online conversations with organizers, writers, and change makers across the Black diaspora, engaging the theme of Black internationalism and uplifting struggles for Black liberation globally. This series is hosted by Dissenters’ International Solidarity Committee.
This event will take place on Zoom and automated live captioning will be provided.
SPEAKER BIO: Juana C. Francis Bone is a Black feminist organizer and author from Esmeraldas, Ecuador, she co-founded the collective Mujeres de Asfalto. She served as Legislative Advisor in the National Assembly of Ecuador, was part of the Civil Society Advisory Group for UN Women, and has served as a consultant on issues of protection, gender, human mobility and strengthening activities of alternative tools for political advocacy and community research for various social organizations. She currently serves as president of Mujeres de Asfalto, member of the Colectivo Antirracist