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    Collectif Mémoire Coloniale et Lutte contre les Discriminations (K. Soiresse Njall)

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    Kalvin Soiresse Njall (1982) is a Belgo-Togolese social science secondary teacher, former journalist, novelist and co-founder of “Collective Colonial Memory and Fight against Discrimination.” Although he no longer assumes an operational role at the non-profit, he remains a very militant activist for the cause.

    The Collectif Mémoire Coloniale et Lutte contre les Discriminations [The Collective Colonial Memory and Fight against Discrimination] is a decolonial movement, formed by several African associations in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia. Its main themes are colonial memory and the fight against discrimination, its mission is to uphold a fight for building a decolonial society. As part of their work they organize decolonial visits through the city of Brussels.

    Date: 04/05/2018
    Place: Brussels (Belgium)

    Interviewer: Marina Gržinić
    Filming: Muzaffer Hasaltay, Sophie Uitz
    Editing: Marina Gržinić, Valerija Zabret