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Kija raťakeri škola Předlice

Fotka uživatele Na ulici nepůjdeme.

The history of the Afro-American struggle for equality II.

The second of a series of three lectures by the columnist and editor of A2 Matěj Metelec,
which shall take place on the site of the evacuated boarding house.

The second lecture on the struggle of Afro-Americans for freedom and equality shall focus on the period from the First World War to the heat of the battle for civil rights in the mid 1960s. We shall look at the main current of this battle, as personified by Martin Luther King jr., at the boycotts and mass events held especially in the American South. However, the lecture shall centre chiefly upon the radical movement in the North, as it formed within the environment of the Nation of Islam organisation, and we will devote special attention to one of the most important figures of the radical black movement of all time, the charismatic speaker Malcolm X.

15 June, 19:00–21:00, Klíšská 53, Ústí nad Labem
Organised by Na ulici nepůjdeme! And the Romafuturismo Library

Kija raťakeri škola Předlice

The history of the Afro-American struggle for equality I.

The first of a series of three lectures by the columnist and editor of A2 Matěj Metelec,
which shall take place on the site of the evacuated boarding house.

The Afro-American struggle for equality erupted in its full force after the Second World War, and its victorious battles were waged in the 1960s. However, it was formed by the entire history of blacks in America, beginning with slavery. It was precisely this experience that was and remains to this day the basis of the relationship between black and white America, and the struggle against racism and discrimination. For this reason, the first lecture focuses on how blacks first came to America, what awaited them there and how after the end of slavery they began to struggle for equality.

7 June, 19:00–21:00, Klíšská 53, 400 01 Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic

Organised by AMARE Předlice and the Romafuturismo Library

Romafuturismo Library!

Fotka uživatele Knihovna Romafuturismo.

We are opening Romafuturismo Library! At these days there are dozens of books from Roma writers, about Roma people and other publications with emancipatory topics in Romany, Czech, Slovak, Russian, English, French and other languages. In the day of opening we will be reading whole day - from 7 am till 7 pm and exceptional book of Eleny Lackové I was born under a happy star.At the evening there will be an opening party with a selection of music by Mary C, come!


“NEPRIESTRELNÍ, ten život na nás páli svoje

for so long we have become


We have experiences that have made us strong. This is the moment

we are invincible.

We don’t fall to our knees, we are unafraid of anything, because

sme, NEPRIESTRELNÍ. (Nepriestrelní).”

Refrén a slova ze skladby “Nepriestrelní” rappera P.A.T.a si můžeme bohužel přímo spojit s nedávnou tragickou událostí v Chomutově, kde byl z rasistických důvodů zastřelen čtyřiatřicetiletý Rom. Jako abstraktní metafora se tento text může blížit myšlence afrofuturismu, která vznikla v polovině minulého století ale je aktuální i v současné době.
Afrofuturismus popisoval situaci, ve které Afroameričané naleznou spravedlnost až ve vesmírné diaspoře existující mimo planetu Zemi. Vědecká fantastika se tak stala vizí naděje a útěchy před “bílým” útlakem.

Public debate on Kateřina Šedá's publication Brnox

The book is in the form of a guide via ten routes around Cejl and its surroundings (Brnox), and since its publication in 2016 it has generated a range of positive and critical responses. The point of the discussion, held directly in locations to which the book relates, shall be to hear the opinions of those invited to attend, and subsequently to engage in a debate with them.

Diskuse se zúčastnili: Pavel Barša, political scientist employed at the Institute of Political Science of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University and the Institute of International Relations, Lucie Faulerová, academic in the field of Czech studies and editor of Brnox / Průvodce brněnským Bronxem, Ondřej Liška, Country Director Czech Republic Ashoka, Miroslav Maixner, ethnologist, doctoral student at the Brno Faculty of Fine Arts, Ilona Németh, artist and professor at the Bratislava University of Fine Arts, David Oplatek, social worker, director of the Citizen's Advice Bureau, Brno, Peter Pollák, university lecturer, Edita Stejskalová, political scientist, civic activist, Tomáš Ščuka, Youth Roma Parliament, graduate from police academy, Kateřina Šedá, artist, author of the Brnox project. Moderated Václav Drozd.

Organized in cooperation with artyč ( and

The event took place 6.4. 2017 in Mikulášek restaurant (Elgartova 8, 614 00, Brno-Husovice)