- In English; Speech-to-text
Members of Casa Kuà, a community-based trans* and non-binary BIPoC health centre in Kreuzberg, share their approaches to health and healing in a panel discussion moderated by Zoya. Trans* and non-binary BIPoC are systematically denied access to institutional structures and resources. Casa Kuà discusses this reality, alongside strategies for how to nurture, build strong networks and self-organise for marginalised peoples. They support communities through solidarity and empowerment. As such, the panel envisions decolonial approaches to care and collectivity that go beyond capitalist, white-supremacist ideas of individualised health.
Alex is an indigenous, mixed heritage two spirit person. He is a community organiser, including a founding member of Casa Kuà and part of the TransFormations – Trans* Film Festival Berlin. She's an art worker and a child of political refugees.
Zoya (moderator) is a translator, curator and educator based in Berlin. They have been involved in community organising, in different places and contexts, over the last 20 years, including TransFormations – Trans* Film Festival Berlin, CACA (Care, Accountability, Conflict & Awareness) and the Casa Kuà Library.