Motherhood and the home, friendships and intimate relationships, activism and community, literature, dance and film: These are spaces in which To Exist isTo Resist imagines a Black feminist Europe. Akwugo Emejulu and Francesca Sobande's have edited a brilliant collection bringing together activists, artists and scholars of colour to show how Black feminism and Afrofeminism are being practiced in Europe today.They explore how women of colour across Europe are undertaking creative resistances to institutionalised inequalities, imagining radical new futures outside and against the neo-colonial frames and practices of contemporary Europe.Deeply aware that they are constructed as 'Others' living in a racialised and hierarchical continent, the contibutors explore gender, class, sexuality and legal status to show that they are both invisible - presumed to be absent from and irrelevant to European societies - and hyper-visible - assumed to be passive and sexualised, angry and irrational. We're thrilled that Akwugo Emejulu and Francesca Sobande join us to launch the collection in a special Feminist Book Fortnight event chaired by Jess Brough.The Speakers:Dr Emejulu is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. She focusses on political sociology, including inequalities across Europe and grassroots campaigns for women of colour. Francesca Sobande is a Lecturer in Marketing and Advertising at Edge Hill University and a Marketing PhD Candidate at the University of Dundee. Her research explores the representation of Black women in media markets, including their experiences as content producers and spectators. Jess Brough is a psycholinguistics PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, an anti-racism campaigner and social activist, a founding member of the Resisting whiteness collective.Remember you can buy your tickets in the shop & save yourself the eventbrite booking fee :PThe bookshop is wheelchair accessible, events are seated and speakers use microphones throughout their events. We have further details about accessibility HERE, or feel free to get in touch, we're happy to help however we can!The Bookshop operates a Safe Space Policy which all guests and speakers are asked to respect - you can read it here.As ever we have 15 free tickets available for this event! These are intended to make the evening accesible to those who are unwaged/ on benefits/ might not otherwise be able to attend - If you can afford a £3 ticket please book one as this supports the bookshop and allows us to save free places for those who can't, thanks!