History of Bodily Autonomy

History of Bodily Autonomy

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History of Bodily Autonomy, Non-Heteronormative Political Impacts and Culture in Caribbean Communities

Join award-winning internationally touring recording artist and D.C. affiliate Director of Black Nonbelievers Rogiérs Fibby as he lectures regarding intra-community oppressive dynamics, sexual identities and revolution in the Caribbean communities. In addition to his work with Alicia Keys, Robert Glasper, Mo’Nique and others, he works closely with the American Humanist Association, Freedom From Religion Foundation, the Religious Freedom Forum, the Secular Coalition of America and serves on the board of the Washington Area Secular Humanists (“WASH”).

C/W: racism, homo/transphobia

Participants: Rogiérs Fibby