Knee on my neck: Black Masculinity in Norway
A reflective dialogue about masculinity in light of race, identity and power.
• Thursday 24 August at 6 PM
• Museum of Oslo (Bymuseet) in Frognerparken
Museum of Oslo (Bymuseet), in collaboration with Lift Every Voice and PLATTFORM – Institute for Prevention of Radicalization and Extreme Violence, invite to a reflective dialogue about masculinity in light of race, identity and power.
Researcher Baba Amani Olúbánjọ Buntu will present findings from a new study on how young black men in Norway express themselves on digital platforms. The program also includes a panel conversation about obstacles, possibilities and challenges in relation to African masculinities. The audience are invited to share their own experiences with the roles of men based on their own cultural references.
Contributors: Abidbasid Mohamed (psychologist), Chimaobi Ahamba (mentor), Jelsen Lee Innocent (conceptual artist), Michelle Tisdel (social anthropologist), Tshivuma Kambayi (activist) and Victor Kimathi Mati (creative artist).
All are welcome. The program will be conducted in English. The event will be streamed.
You can also explore the exhibition Your breath, your voice in advance. The exhibition is open from 11 AM. Free entrance every Thursday.
In collaboration with Lift Every Voice, Arkivet and PLATTFORM – Institute for Prevention of Radicalization and Extreme Violence. Funded by Fritt Ord.