The Anasa Cultural Center, in the framework of the Black History Month in Greece and with the support of the research project Decolonising the city, organizes its second festival in Kypseli, from the 5th to the 7th of May 2023, with free admission for all activities.
The team of the first festival “I HAVE A DREAM” picks up the thread 8 years later and revisits the experiences of the second generation in relation to citizenship and access to Greek citizenship.
The events of the festival include book presentations, film screenings, concerts (music and dance), visual arts exhibitions, activities and discussions on the individual and collective struggles, dreams and experiences of the African diaspora in the city of Athens.
On Saturday 06/05 (19:00 – 20:30), the festival organizes at KET a discussion with members of the Nigerian, Congolese, Cameroonian, Senegalese, Egyptian and Tanzanian communities on the topic: “From Thomas Sankara to the Pan-African experience in Greece / Looking ahead.”
On Sunday (17:30 – 19:00), KET hosts the screening of the film “I am AfroGreek” by Adeola Naomi Aderemi and a discussion on citizenship and access to Greek citizenship with members from the associations and organizations Generation 2.0, GFM, GFR, Asante, UAWO.
More information about the festival and a detailed programme of all days → www.facebook.com/events/203594845755571