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AFTER THE BODY
NOV 19 – 3pm @ CCSP – Sala de Ensaio I
A digression to what’s next, where dissident bodies think out narratives for after the body, inside their activities within the music industry.
Jup do Bairro
Multi-artist, all of it self-taught and shining a light on the narratives that have crossed her travesti, black, fat, and marginalized body.
Karol de Souza
In 2013, she launched her first mixtape, Rap Até o Fim. With a potent voice, authentic flow and sharp tongue, the versatile and plural MC stand firmly at the frontline of rap.
Mediation: Rico Dalasam
Brazilian singer-songwriter and rapper. “Dalasam” is an acronym of the phrase “Disponho Armas Libertárias a Sonhos Antes Mutilados” (I’ve Got Guns of Freedom to Dreams Previously Mutilated). Namely homossexual, he represents the LGBTQI+ community in queer rap.”
USING DRUGS: AFECTION, POTENCE AND VULNERABILITIES – ANTI-PROHIBITIONISM WITHIN LGBTQI+ POPULATION’S CONTEXT
NOV 20 – 3pm @ CCSP – Sala de Ensaio I
Brazil’s National Anti-prohibitionism Feminist Network (Renfa), acting in its anti-prohibitionist, anti-racist, anti-capitalist and anti-LGBTphobia, against the many strategies for controlling bodies, invites all for an intersectional debate about the impact of current drug policy in the lives of women and LGBTQI+ population.
Gisele Dantas da Costa
Juliana Vicente de Freitas
Fat, dyke, antiprohibitionist feminist, occupational therapist, damage reductress, and member of the Renfa.
Mediation: Karin Di Monteiro Moreira
Mediation: Karin Di Monteiro Moreira – Mother, biologist, doctor in science, coordinator of the ResPire Project/É de Lei Living Center, and member of the Renfa.
YESTERYEAR I HAVE DIED, BUT THIS ONE I WILL NOT
NOV 20 – 5pm @ CCSP – Sala de Ensaio I
A table aimed at discussing issues related to aging and the finitude of LGBTQI+ people.
Master in philosophy (USP), specialist in gerontology through Brazilian Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology, professor in a postgrad course in gerontology and public health, and sponsor of EternamenteSOU – first social organization in Brazil aimed at bringing visibility and care to LGBTQI+ elderly.
Social entrepreneur, activist and founder of inFINITO movement. Creator of Festival InFINITO Sobre Viver e Morrer, Cineclube da Morte and Morte no Jantar.
Milton Roberto Furst Crenitte
Geriatrician, graduate and residence at USP. Collaborator of the geriatrics service at the Hospital das Clínicas of the USP Medical School (HCFMUSP). Projects director of the NGO EternamenteSOU. PhD student in science at FMUSP.
Mediation: Rogério Pedro
Business administrator, financial management specialist, LGBTQI+ activist, founder and president of the NGO EternamenteSOU, a non-profit organization in the city of São Paulo aimed at LGBTQI+ older people.