Black British Feminist Organising: Politics, Practice and Influence in a New Era
Chardine Taylor-Stone is an award-winning cultural producer and feminist activist. She is the founder of Black Girls Picnic a global movement in collective self care for Black women and girls and Stop Rainbow Racism. In 2015 she was featured in The Voice newspaper as one of the ‘Women Who Rocked the World’, Diva Magazine’s LGBT Power List 2016 and Buzzfeed’s ‘The Most Inspiring British LGBT People Of 2016‘ and the ‘Pride Power List 2017’. In 2017 she was awarded the British LGBTQ award for Contribution to LGBTQ life. As a writer, educator and commentator Chardine uses music, art and fashion history to instigate socio-political analysis. She often lectures and facilitates workshops on topics such as Black / Working Class feminism, Black Queer identities, Afrofuturism and music subculture histories. She also bangs the drums in Black feminist punk band Big Joanie whose album Sistah’s was released in 2018 to critical acclaim.
28 May 2019, 17:00 (Tuesday, 5th week, Trinity 2019)
Pembroke College, St Aldates OX1 1DW
Harold Lee Room
Premilla Nadasen (University of Oxford)
Radical Histories of Anti-Racist Activism and Organizing
Members of the University only