“My daughter's voice captures speech and action”
In his poem “Vozes-Mulheres”, Conceição Evaristo already pointed out the importance of narratives as propellers of action.
As students in the public field, what stories are we telling about public actions to tackle racial and gender inequalities? How to make successful experiences echo and reach new audiences, inspiring academics and managers in your practice?
It is with these issues in mind that ANEPCP, Tide Setubal Foundation, UFRN (Observatory of Inequalities), Fundação João Pinheiro (Observatory of Inequalities) and Brazilian Action to Combat Inequalities (ABCD) promote the debate: “The importance of communicating public actions of tackling gender and race inequalities ”as the launch of the 1st. Podcast contest for students the Public Field.
“The importance of communicating public actions to confront inequalities of race and gender”. It has a white background and an olive green side border on the left and bottom margins. In the upper margin, the logos of the institutions promoting the event appear: ANEPCP, ABCD, Tíde Setubal Foundation, Observatory of Inequalities (UFRN), Observatory of Inequalities (FJP). Below, the information appears in two columns. On the left, highlighted in a pink circle, data on the event: March 25, Thursday, 7 pm, ANEPCP's YouTube Channel. Below is the name of the table coordinator (Edgilson Araújo - ANEPCP) and then photos, names and credentials of the guests. Photo of Suelaine Carneiro's face (Geledés), slightly tilted to the left, black woman, with short curly hair, wears glasses, wears a black shirt. On the side, a face photo of Tiago Rogero (Podcast Vidas Negras), a black man with a dark, closed beard, smiling, wearing a blue button-down shirt. Below, a picture of Tatiana Dias Silva's face (IPEA), black skin, curly and short hair parted on the side, smiling, wearing glasses and a printed blouse in shades of red. Beside, photo by Samayt Olivera (We, Women of the Periphery) - Mediation, with face slightly tilted to the right, black skin, hair with dreads and discolored tips, she has her hand next to her chin, she wears a large hoop earring and blue blazer. In the right column, the following text, written in olive green, with the title of the debate and the information below: “Launch of the podcast episode contest:‘ Public actions to tackle gender and race inequalities. Contest destined to undergraduate students of the Field of Publics ”