Chanting & Recording #2

22/11/2017 - 22/11/2017

➤ Chanting in its many forms, as protest slogans, as persistant repetition, as storytelling, songs of ritual and a tool that bonds several individuals into one entity. 
➤ Recording because oral sources will need to be included in how we write history today and recordings of old chants let us understand history better. As non-white-male-straight and other marginalized groups have long been exempted from written publications but have spread their stories in other ways, we need to put a lot of care into rethinking how we write history.

In a series of three workshops we will address oral history and its importance as a narrative and collective practice. Feminist chants and slogans will guide us in the editing of Wikipedia pages to add these missing narratives to the polyphonic collaborative encyclopedia.

w/ Just for the record:

In the framework of THE FUTURE IS FEMINIST:!149880.

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