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How To Keep Your Imagination Radical

Join our incredible panel of radicals, activists and creatives for a conversation about the ways that systems of oppression constrain our ideas of what is possible, and how we can resist this and nurture a radical imagination.

Date: 7th July, 4pm-5.30pm

Location: Zoom (link provided via email)


Event Description

Yashoda Rogers, Community Coordinator at 64 Million Artists, and Sarona Bedwan, Outreach Officer at Makan, will be in conversation with Andre Jahoni, Migrant Justice lead at People & Planet to discuss the following questions and more.

  • How do systems of oppression act to constrain our conceptions of what is possible?

  • How can we make sure that our imagination stays radical?

  • What could a just world look like? And what role do universities play in opening up (and closing down) possibilities for radical imagination?

If you're looking for a dose of political inspiration to light the torch in dark times, this is the place for you.

About the panelists

Sarona Bedwan is the Outreach Officer at Makan, a Palestinian educational organisation based in the UK. She graduated with a Masters in Art & Politics from Goldsmiths University and has written for +972 Magazine and published in Kohl: A Journal for Body  and Gender Research.


Yashoda Rodgers is the Community Coordinator at 64 Million Artists. 64 Million Artists believe that when we use our creativity we can make positive changes in our lives and the world around us. They work with people and places in a number of ways including community co-creation, challenge programmes, training and resources to champion Everyday Creativity and Cultural Democracy.

This session is open to all. It will be a panel event conducted over zoom. It will last 90 minutes, and will include opportunities to ask questions to the speakers. Do check out our full accessibility policy for Power Shift 2022.

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7 Jul 2022 from  4:00 pm to  5:30 pm
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