‘Re-imagining Anger and Self Care’ workshop at WoW Festival 2017

‘Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare,’ wrote African American feminist and civil rights activist Audre Lorde.

So why does self care matter and how can we reclaim the ‘angry black woman’ stereotype?

Find out in this workshop led by Siana Bangura, founder of Black British feminist platform, No Fly on the Wall, and Mukundwa Katuliiba.

Find out more here: www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/121361-discussion-group-reimagining-anger-and-self-care-2017

Siana Bangura

Siana Bangura is a writer, poet, performer and producer hailing from South East London. She is the author of critically acclaimed debut collection, 'Elephant', a book of poetry meditating on Black British womanhood and life growing up in London and the founder and former editor of No Fly on the WALL. Siana is the producer of '1500 & Counting', a documentary film investigating deaths in custody in the UK. With experience in indie publishing, journalism, and campaigns under her belt, Siana’s wide portfolio of work focuses on bringing voices on the margins to the centre. To find out more about Siana's work visit: www.sianabangura.com And catch her tweeting at @Sianaarrgh