art education group created by black women.
we guide dialogues about identities, gender, anti-racist and decolonial practices.
Promote ethnic-racial discussion with a focus on gender, through activities that assist the population to recognize and identify situations of discrimination, racism and prejudice, in order to decolonize minds and bodies, producing positive processes of identity.
Recognize and strengthen, through dialogue, the memory of the self-esteem of black women, who struggle to rescue their origins. Contributing to gender, race and class equity with anti-racist practices.
art educator and singer.
cultural articulator and academic researcher in UFOPA.
Social scientist, art educator and performer.
Designer, photographer, scenographer and educator.