This event, which will be held at the seat of this cultural institution in Havana until Thursday, has the privilege to welcome experts from Colombia, Costa Rica, Spain, the Dominican Republic and the host country.
The program of this workshop will include onsite and online activities focused on educational, cultural and communication strategies for anticolonial struggle.
The agenda includes six intercultural workshops, particularly the rewriting and rereading of universal and Afro-American history, and language as territories of domination and reproduction of colonial culture.
Scholars, writers, editors, artists, cultural promoters, neighborhood leaders and social communicators will also discuss the inferiorization and invisibilization of black culture in school textbooks and fiction literature in Afro-America.
The organizers aspire to socialize practical experiences, materialize them in different territories of Afro-America to fight epistemic racisms and all kinds of discrimination.
To achieve their goals, the participants will assess strategies and ways to fight colonial legacies related to skin colors, gender cultural affiliation, languages and territotial origin, the fight against capitalism and its domination strategies.