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Terms of reference zine

Richards, Aisha; Shades of Noir (Group)

Shades of Noir is an independent program that supports curriculum design, pedagogies of social justice through representation, cultural currency, and accessible knowledge. This is a program that creates opportunities for marginalised groups and their need for safe spaces to articulate self-determination and liberate the struggles from oppressive structures both in education and society

Electronic resource. English.
Published London: Shades of Noir

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Subject: Race and racism; Queer culture; Feminism; Gay and lesbian

Contents

  1. Beyond gender: the identities of fashion.
  2. Feminisms: arts of a woman.
  3. Black blossoms: highlighting the voices of black women.
  4. Who am I? An exploration of the arts community.
  5. Women and non-binary identities.
  6. Decoding masculinity.
  7. Queer bodies.
  8. Intersectional film.
  9. Mental health and creative healing.
  10. Identity, disruption, democracy, subversion.
  11. Reimagining the mixed-race experience.
  12. Belonging: navigating artifical borders.
  13. Femtech: the evolution of sexual health for women.
  14. Higher power: religion, faith, spirituality and belief