Empowerment Workshop: Eye to Eye!

Eye to Eye Empowerment Workshop with Vicky Truong

Join us on Saturday, November 6th at 2-5 pm for Vicky Truong’s Eye to Eye Workshop: “Honouring The Foods of Our Ancestors”!

This workshop will explore, share, discuss, connect and heal with the foods passed down to us from our ancestors. We will look at our food from different perspectives: food both as political and as a tool for self-preservation.

Please feel free to bring food that comes from your heritage to share with the community. Of course, this is not mandatory.

Exclusive for BIW*OC & TIN*BIPOC
When: Saturday: November 6th, 2 – 5 pm
Language(s): English
Covid-19 Regulations: 3G
Location: Dresdener Str. 11, 10999 Berlin,
Elevator available (restroom not wheelchair accessible)
Registration: ls@biwoc-rising.org


Vicky Truong – Alternative Educator, Activist, Artist, and Curator
Vicky is a Berlin-based educator, activist and builder of bridges who works closely with the Asian diaspora, Migrant communities (with non-Eurocentric heritage) and LGBTQIA+ community. She has self- and co-initiated a range of projects such as Rice is Life, #Mygration, WE ARE NOT SAME SAME, I AM NOT A FORTUNE COOKIE and EYE TO EYE workshops. Her current focus is on connecting and empowering diverse communities in order to overcome systemic issues that restrict communities from coming together and rising.

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