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ππ€π‘π“π€π‹πŠ #𝟐𝟎: π‚πšπ«πž (π“π‘πž 𝐏𝐨𝐝𝐜𝐚𝐬𝐭)
December 1 and after, 2020
On Anchor FM, iTunes Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and other platforms   

1 December – Sylvie Rosenkalt (disability justice, healing justice)
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8 December – Damani Leidsman (building power in black and queer communities)
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15 December – Lilita Dunska (music for animals) 
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22 December – Black Trans Art and Joy Fund (mutual aid, allyship, solidarity)
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Artist and disability justice organizer Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha writes:

”What does it mean to shift our ideas of access and care (whether it’s disability, childcare, economic access, or many more) from an individual chore, an unfortunate cost of having an unfortunate body, to a collective responsibility that’s maybe even deeply joyful?”

In BARTALK’s second podcast mini-series, we explore care from the perspective of three artists and 1 mutual aid collective.

We investigate what makes a care practice sustainable, what types of care go unnoticed, how care theories are translated into realistic practices, and the difference between care and charity.

𝐈𝐧 𝐭𝐑𝐒𝐬 ππ€π‘π“π€π‹πŠ, 𝐰𝐞 𝐚𝐬𝐀: What does community based support look like? How are artists engaging with the concept of care? Is genuine interspecies care possible? How do you establish sustainable networks of care? And finally, where can you find intersections of care and joy?

All podcast episodes
Hosted by Yun Lee and James Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Transcribed by Sarafina van Ast
and including music by Sro – β€œBring Back” and Chad Crouch – β€œAlgorithms”

BARTALK #20: Care was recorded at iii and was made possible with the generous support of Stroom Den Haag