When They Call You A Terrorist: Birmingham Welcomes Patrisse Khan-Cullors
Impact Hub Birmingham is delighted and honoured to be hosting a day with Black Lives Matter UK, gal-dem.com for the Birmingham launch of Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ When They Call You A Terrorist.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors is an artist, organiser and freedom fighter from Los Angeles, California and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.
All events are free of charge, with a range of partners donating resources in kind, we encourage donations if that is possible for you. 100% of all donations will go towards the Black Lives Matter movement.
For full information: birmingham.impacthub.net/event/when-they-call-you-a-terrorist-with-patrisse-khan-cullors/
12.30PM – 2.30PM | BLM LUNCH WITH PATRISSE KHAN-CULLORS
Join Black Lives Matter (BLM) UK for a free pot luck lunch, an afternoon of discussions about similarities and differences of the BLM movement in the UK & USA. Featuring co-founder of BLM Patrisse Khan-Cullors and poetic provocations from Yasmina Nuny and Amara Amaryah. Hosted by Sara Bristol-Abbott and Aliyah Hasinah of Who Got the Juice? podcast.
2.30PM – 6PM | FILM SCREENING & OPEN WORKSPACE
Impact Hub Birmingham welcomes you to make use of the collaborative workspace with a complimentary Day Pass in between the events of the day. Spend some time with expert community organisers or watch a film screening of the film Injustice by Migrant Media from 3pm
6PM – 9PM – PATRISSE KHAN-CULLORS & SIANA BANGURA IN CONVERSATION + AUDIENCE Q&A
Hear Patrisse Khan-Cullors – co-founder of Black Lives Matter, artist, community organiser, writer, and freedom fighter from Los Angeles, California – join writer, performer, and producer Siana Bangura in conversation. This will be an opportunity to hear more about the origins and future of the Black Lives Matter Movement and its continued influence and reverberation within and outside of the USA; its importance in and parallels with places like the UK, and the organised actions we as citizens can take to hold our institutions accountable to the communities they serve. Patrisse will also discuss her memoir, When They Call You a Terrorist and what she hopes readers will take from the book. The conversation will begin at 6.30pm and will be followed by an audience Q&A session. All are welcome to attend and books will be on sale, with an opportunity to get them signed. There will also be artistic provocations from poet Aliyah Denton and musician Janel Antoneshia.
Book your tickets here via Eventbrite: eventbrite.co.uk/e/when-they-call-you-a-terrorist-birmingham-welcomes-patrisse-khan-cullors-tickets-43708265599
Please note, entrance to all of the events will be ticket only, so please do ensure you book first.
Spaces are limited and a waiting list will be in operation for all of the sessions.
MORE ABOUT PATRISSE KHAN-CULLORS
Patrisse is an artist, organiser, and freedom fighter from Los Angeles, CA. Co-founder of Black Lives Matter, she is also a performance artist, Fulbright scholar and popular public speaker.
Beginning her journey as an activist and organiser at the age of sixteen, Patrisse has worked within communities including those segregated by racial and sexual prejudice and equality. As well as Black Lives Matter, she has co-founded several activist and civil rights movements in the US, including Dignity and Power Now. For her work she has received many awards, including being named one of Fortune’s World’s Greatest Leaders, a NAACP History Maker, a Los Angeles Times Civil Rights Leader for the 21st Century and a Glamour Woman of the Year 2016. In 2017 Black Lives Matter was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize.