Book launch to explore work of decolonial artist

The Brock community is invited to celebrate the launch of a new book by artist, academic and activist d’bi.young anitafrika.

Hosted by Brock’s Human Rights and Equity Office (HRE), Black Student Success Centre and the Brock Library, the event marks the release of anitafrika’s latest book, “dubbin theatre: the collected plays of d’bi.young anitafrika,” and will include discussions and readings.

“This event will be a unique opportunity for people who are interested in decolonial arts practice and theatre to connect with a leading scholar and artist,” says Alana Lowe, Manager of EDI Education and Outreach in Brock’s HRE office.

The free event takes place Thursday, Dec. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. in TH 131 in Market Hall. Those interested in attending are asked to register in advance.

In addition to the book launch, anitafrika is participating in a panel on the intersections of injustice on Wednesday, Dec. 6 as part of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence at Brock.

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