The relationship between Black Lives Matter and the queer community
On a rainy Sunday afternoon Ama Kissi, Pamela, Uwi and Marthe met up at Studio Klinik Tattoo Shop in Ghent to talk about racism. This talk about the relationship between Black Lives Matter and the queer community is the second part of a trilogy filmed that day.
“The queer community like we know today was for a big part acquired by Black trans women” Uwi
Check out the first part of this talk about the impact of Black Lives Matter on the Belgian anti-racism movement here. Keep an eye on our Instagram, Facebook and/or YouTube channel as we will drop part 3 about racism & sexism in a few days.
Also, check out our previous interview with Ama about racism & colourism here.
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