26 jan 2023
17:00 - 19:00
Brood, Vrijheid, Biseksualiteit en Sociale Rechtvaardigheid
Join us on the 26th of January from 17:00 until 19:00 for the Bread, Freedom, Bisexuality, and Social Justice event organised by MarokKueer Zawya and Framer Framed. An evening dedicated to issues of identity and social justice for Moroccan bisexual individuals.
The event is free of charge and in English. There is no need to register for this event.
Hi, let us talk about bisexuality. The Bread, Freedom, Bisexuality, and Social Justice event is an evening looking into identity and social justice for Moroccan bisexual individuals. We will have the honor to present Fadoua Rasmouki that will give a presentation about the question of bisexuality as an identity within the Moroccan context. Exploring the bi-experience from an intersectional and decolonial perspective, we will visit the struggles of bi-Moroccans and highlight the bi-identity from queer Morocco. We are also honored to have Sunni joining us this evening with a performance and their magical poetry.
The performance will be followed by a Free Vegan Dinner. LEKKERRR.
17:00 Introduction – Presentation by Fadoua Rasmouki
17:30 Performance by Sunni
18:00 – 19:00 Free Vegan Dinner – Drinks
Fadoua Rasmouki is an underrated invisibilized multi-disciplinary artist with a computer science engineering background who has been fighting for over a decade for her visibility in the scene & market.
As a queer feminist, Fadoua Rasmouki launched a grassroots collective in 2016 Al-FAM in Rabat, and organized a series of artistic activities & discussions to reclaim the streets & public spaces. The collective soon became a national movement and many other members started organizing similar events in other cities in Morocco. Activities and direct actions included: literacy workshops, reclaim the night walks, collective paintings, music jams, and direct sit-ins to denounce discriminatory laws, gender-based acts of violence, and rape culture.
Sound artist & DJ producer DramaDrama creates sets and music experiences where she blends polyrhythmic Moroccan Amazigh and Afro-electronic music between tradition & modernity.
Sunni Lamin Barrow (1998) is a relatively rising name in The Netherlands Poetry circuit. After young years of performing as a spoken word artist, he is now exploring new theatrical hybrids in his artistic career.
Sunni’s works are inspired by his Gambian background and new explorations, he shares his challenging experiences, beliefs, identity, and aspirations through his poetry and art illustrations.
As a formation of identity, Sunni’s current artistic curiosity embarks on lending voices to the ills of society he is yet to heal from.
MarokKueer Zawya is a Trans-led, North African, Decolonial, Transformative, Soldier, and Critical Queer Organisation based in Amsterdam. MKZ is BY and FOR Maghribis/ Amazigh Trans, GNC, and Queer Artists, Thinkers, Academicians, and Activists based in North Africa and the diaspora. MKZ aims to create a platform for Maghribis/ Amazigh Trans, GNC, and Queer Artists, Thinkers, Academicians, and Activists in Tamazgha ( North Africa) and diaspora Imazighen. MKZ focuses on organizing events, creating art exchange platforms, participating in the enrichment of decolonial and critical queer thinking within the Maghribis communities, creating exhibitions, lectures, and art spaces, creating safe creative spaces, and empowering Trans, GNC, and Queer Maghribis networking.
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