The 2022 #FemGeniusesinBerlin

Photo Credit: Dr. Heidi R. Lewis

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Multimedia Podcast Index:

The RomaniPhen Feminist Archive + the Romanja Power Walking Tour with Estera Iordan” by Christiana García-Soberanez
A Conversation with Jasmin Eding” by Eliza Strong
Jewish History & Culture Walking Tour + Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt with Adam Schonfeld” by Bridget Hanley
BlackEurope: The Beginnings of Black Self-Organization in Europe” by Erin Huggins
German Colonialism Walking Tour w/ Josephine Apraku + the Neues Museum” by Amalia Lopez
A Conversation with Sharon Dodua Otoo” by Latra Demaçi
The Wall Museum + the Berliner Unterwelten Tour” by Margalit Goldberg
Blackness in America and Europe: Where the Grey Space Exists” by Monica Carpenter
A Conversation with Dana Maria Asbury, Mona El Omari, and Iris Rajanayagam” by Vicente Blas-Taijeron
Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour + the Urban Nation Museum” by Alexis Cornachio
A Conversation with Judy Lynne Fisher” by River Clarke
Queer Berlin Walking Tour w/ Mal Pool + the Schwules*Museum” by Riley Hester
A Street Art Workshop with Berlin Massive” by Judy Gonzalez

To read and|or listen to the finales and view the indices and slideshows for previous #FemGeniusesinBerlin, click here

In Audre’s Footsteps: Events

Detroit Book City’s 6th annual African American Family Book Expo

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The Feminist Book Club booth at the National Women’s Studies Association annual conference in Minneapolis, MN (November 2022).

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The National Black Book Festival in Houston, TX (October 2022).

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Black Wall Street, the Greenwood Cultural Center and Terence Crutcher Foundation, and Fulton Street Books & Coffee in Tulsa, OK (September 2022).

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The Chinook Center in Colorado Springs, CO (September 2022).

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The Burdock Book Collective with Ashley M. Jones, the Poet Laureate of the State of Alabama, in Birmingham, AL (August 2022). 

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The National Black Book Festival’s Black Authors Matter TV (July 2022).

Audream, a Mobile Antirassistische Bibliothek, in Berlin, Germany (June 2022).

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The Black German Heritage & Research Association’s 10th Anniversary Conference, “Black Germany and Beyond” (April 2022). 

Davidson College with Drs. Rosemarie Peña and Emily Frazier-Rath (April 2022).

Detroit Book City’s 6th Annual African American Family Book Expo (February 2022).

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The official launch of In Audre’s Footsteps at Each One Teach One e.V. in Berlin, Germany (November 2021).

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The HighlightsWitnessed The Co-Authors#FemGeniusesinBerlin | The DedicationThe Acknowledgements | The Preface | The Foreword | The Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three | Chapter Four | Chapter Five | Chapter Six | Chapter Seven | The Afterword | Buy the Book | Book Dr. Lewis | Feel the Love

In Audre’s Footsteps: The Co-Authors

In Audre’s Footsteps was co-authored by Dr. Heidi R. Lewis and Dana Maria Asbury with Jazlyn Tate Andrews. Lewis is Associate Professor of Feminist & Gender Studies and inaugural Coordinator of Early Career Faculty Development Programs at Colorado College; Asbury is an activist based in Toronto; and Andrews is a writer based in Denver, CO.

Dr. Heidi R. Lewis, Jazlyn Tate Andrews, and Dana Maria Asbury

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The Highlights | Witnessed | #FemGeniusesinBerlin | The DedicationThe Acknowledgements | The Preface | The Foreword | The Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three | Chapter Four | Chapter Five | Chapter Six | Chapter Seven | The Afterword |  Buy the Book | Events | Book Dr. Lewis | Feel the Love

In Audre’s Footsteps: Witnessed

We are honored In Audre’s Footsteps joins these brilliant texts as the 7th edition of Sharon Dodua Otoo’s powerful, groundbreaking Witnessed Series, an English language book series written by Black authors who have lived in Germany.

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The Highlights | The Co-Authors#FemGeniusesinBerlin | The DedicationThe Acknowledgements | The Preface | The Foreword | The Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three | Chapter Four | Chapter Five | Chapter Six | Chapter Seven | The Afterword | Buy the Book | Events | Book Dr. Lewis | Feel the Love

In Audre’s Footsteps: The Dedication

Dedicated to Black lesbian mother warrior poet Audre Lorde.

While I have never intended for my work to mimic Audre’s […] I am indebted to and aim to honor her legacy. 
—Dr. Heidi R. Lewis from the “Introduction,” In Audre’s Footsteps: Transnational Kitchen Table Talk

Josephine Apraku, Prof. Dr. Maisha Auma, Jazlyn Tate Andrews, Sharon Dodua Otoo, and Dr. Heidi R. Lewis at Each One Teach One e.V. in Berlin for the Official Launch of In Audre’s Footsteps in November 2021 [Photo: Wamilika Mawhaka]

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The Highlights | Witnessed | The Co-Authors#FemGeniusesinBerlin | The Acknowledgements | The Preface | The Foreword | The Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three | Chapter Four | Chapter Five | Chapter Six | Chapter Seven | The Afterword |  Buy the Book | Events | Book Dr. Lewis | Feel the Love