Join us for a lecture with Cara Page, a Black Feminist Queer cultural/memory worker and organizer, who is curating community installations to shed light on historical and contemporary uses of policing and surveillance through scientific racism & the Medical Industrial Complex. Through her work she seeks to confront and transform the centuries of testing, experimentation and institutionalization of Black/IPOC, LGBTQI, Women, Youth, People with Disabilities and Migrant communities being wrongly targeted as expendable based on who is systemically defined as who is ‘healthy’, who is ‘diseased’ and who is ‘fit for survival.’
Monday, October 15th
West Lecture Hall, Franklin Patterson Hall
Hampshire alumnus Cara Page is the curator of the Changing Frequencies Project, a Black Feminist Queer cultural/memory worker and organizer for the past 20 plus years through her movement building and cultural work in the reproductive & racial justice, transformative justice and LGBTQI liberation movements. She is the former Executive Director of the Audre Lorde Project; an organizing center for, by and about Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Two Spirit, Transgender & Gender Non Conforming People of Color in New York City. She is also the co-founder of the Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective; a southeastern network of healers, health practitioners and organizers responding to and intervening on incidences of violence & generational trauma. She is also a current recipient of the Barnard Center for Research on Women Activist-in –Residence Fellowship curating public discourse and installations on policing, surveillance and experimentation in the Medical Industrial Complex seeking to transform and interrupt medical violence and exploitation of Black/ People of Color, migrant and LGBTQ communities.