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Soledad Luque Delgado

Soledad Luque Delgado

Soledad Luque Delgado (Todos los niños robados son también mis niños Association, Madrid https://unaf.org/en/portfolio/todos-los-ninos-robados-son-tambien-mis-ninos/ ). She works on divided memory, dissent, civic engagement. Her association works on family reunification and on the creation of civic awareness on children “stolen” by the Franco regime.

Pietro Floridia

Pietro Floridia

A theatre director, scriptwriter, scenographer and actor, Pietro Floridia has founded and managed several theatres in the Bologna area since 1993. He has realised performances and projects about diversity and intercultural exchange; among them, La Compagnia dei Rifugiati (The Company of the Refugees), which was involved in many laboratories, performances and conferences on theatre, and gave birth to meetings, exhibitions and performances.

Pietro’s travels across the world, from Palestine and Nicaragua to Bolivia and Africa, have always provided the grounding experiences for his projects. One of the most meaningful was his journey to Senegal, through Morocco and Mauritania, to meet the migrants leaving North Africa to reach Italy. Out of this experience were born a book and a performance, in which Pietro performed on stage.

La Compagnia dei Rifugiati has now become an independent project and has changed its name to Cantieri Meticci, where Pietro is currently covering the role of artistic and main director.

Natasha Lewis

Natasha Lewis

Natasha Lewis (Dissent Magazine, New York https://www.dissentmagazine.org/ ). She works for Dissent Magazine, a quarterly magazine of politics and ideas. This magazine quickly established itself as one of America’s leading intellectual journals and published articles by Hannah Arendt, Richard Wright, Norman Mailer, A. Philip Randolph, Michael Harrington, Dorothy Day, Bayard Rustin, Czesław Miłosz, Chinua Achebe, Ellen Willis, Octavio Paz, Martha Nussbaum, and many others. Dissent Magazine publishes the very best in political argument, and takes pride in cultivating the next generation of labor journalists, cultural critics, and political polemicists. 

Evan Light

Evan Light

Evan Light is an assistant professor of communications at York University’s bilingual Glendon College. He does research in the areas of surveillance and privacy, communication and telecommunications policy, participatory democracy, community and independent media, social movements, the radio spectrum and investor activism. Evan is also the creator and maintainer of the Snowden Archive-in-a-Box and director of the Border Probes project. https://borderprobes.glendon.yorku.ca

Kim Sawchuck

Kim Sawchuck

Kim Sawchuck (Mobile Media lab, Concordia University Montreal). She has written on activism and aging, including a piece on “tactical theatrics” about the work of one of their community collaborators and another one on joyful solidarity, which really is on the Ioaiaoflautus movement in Catalonia, and is co-authored with a student from Chile. With her team, she is also working on an Escape Room, with community groups to be able to deal with topics like elder abuse. 

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