African traditional Religions / Monthly discussion & networking meeting with Lee Modupeh Anansi Freeman
For centuries, African traditional religions have been systematically erased, demonized and stigmatized by colonial powers while African heritage people have been intentionally separated from their original source of spiritual nourishment and power. In order to (re) claim that which is rightfully theirs (Sankofa), a monthly informal discussion, exchange and networking group exploring pre-colonial African and afro-diasporic religions, spiritualities and practices from across the continent and the diaspora will be hosted.
This event is for folks who (self) identify as Black and/or Afro-descendant and/or Afro-diasporic only.
Participants are warmly encouraged to self-test in advance.
Snacks and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided.
Lee Modupeh Anansi Freeman (they/it) is a Berlin-based, Black, trans*gender multidisciplinary artist, author & performer, creative event producer, community organizer, yoga teacher and African spiritualist & enthusiast.
They are a breaker of chains, a storyteller, a somatic healer and educator. It is most times a good witch and sometimes a bad bxtch.