What are Safer Spaces? The Event Speakers

In cooperation with Xart Splitta

What are Safe(r) Spaces?
When: 23th september, 3pm
Where: bUm Auditorium, Paul-Lincke-Ufer 21, 10999 Berlin

This event will take place in German spoken language.

Priority will be given to QTI*BIWOC and/or people with disabilities.

The bUm Auditorium is wheelchair accessible. An accessible toilet is available.

Sign up: contact@biwoc-rising.org

Sanni Est

Sanni Est is an artist, curator and trans* feminist speaker based in Berlin and with roots in North-Eastern Brasil. San weaves raw, (auto)biographical narratives that range from filmmaking on queer BIPOC subjects from different parts of the world, to singing-songwriting, acting, writing and speaking.

Her trans*brown body is her perforative tool of expression to provoke the viewer and confront them with their colonial perceptions of gender performativity

Carma M. Lüdtke

Carma M. Lüdtke, a Berlin native, is an engineer in technical computer science and expert in digital safe spaces. With year’s experience in IT security and administration, she is well versed in feminist internet politics.

Carma is the CEO of LaceWing Tech and a specialist for Nextcloud, a file sharing software.

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