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Everyday Life in an Imperial Archipelago – Digital Exhibition, Performances and Party

2. September 18:30 - 22:00

Doors: 18:00 h | Programme: 18:30 h - 21:30 h
Free admission | No registration needed!

With Ariel William Orah (sound/performance artist), Hinemoana Baker (poet/musician), Pepe Dayaw (performance/dance artist), Theresa Arriola (anthropologist), Karin Louise Hermes (storyteller/storyweaver), Rosa Castillo (anthropologist), Caxxianne (rapper/songwriter) and Makossiri (DJ). Afterparty music by DJ Makossiri. Catered by: Cafe Bulbul

While war history in the Northern Marianas has largely revolved around “strategic” United States military interests and conventional histories of warfare that highlight technological intervention, post-war development and stories of United States triumphalism, far too little analyses have paid attention to the everyday experiences with militarism that frame Indigenous livelihoods throughout.

Incorporating different mediums, the exhibition provides an opportunity to highlight the everyday resistance to militarism by Indigenous people and seeks to address Indigenous experiences with militarism in everyday life under contemporary U.S. imperialism amid growing geopolitical tensions between larger and more powerful nations such as the United States, China, and Russia.

ABOUT

_Jacinta Kaipat (Refaluwasch/Chamorro) is a former Northern Mariana Islands Congresswoman, well-known community advocate/activist, artist and creative director who has been at the forefront of resisting U.S. militarization throughout the archipelago her entire life.

_Prof. Theresa Arriola (Chamorro) is currently an Assistant Professor at Concordia University in Montreal (Tiohti:ake) who teaches courses at the intersection of Critical Indigenous Studies and Critical Military Studies. She was born and raised in the Northern Mariana Islands and is currently the Chair of Our Common Wealth 670 community advocacy group dedicated to resisting increased militarization in the Marianas region.

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Datum:
2. September
Zeit:
18:30 - 22:00
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Berlin, 12049 Deutschland
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