[resource-net] Could we take a group stand for #blacklivesmatter ?
rachel.uwa at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 16:27:50 CEST 2020
After thinking about it I suppose it doesn't make sense because we should
really speak out about all world tragedies
rather than just cherry picking the ones we might have relations to. Or
otherwise just discussing more about what could be done locally.
Well as I said I didn't know but just wanted to put the idea out there to
hear what others think.
For me, this also brings up the topic of having a code-of-conduct or some
way of stating what we as a collective stand for and
the kinds of behaviour we do and don't support.
We (School of MA) use the Berlin Code of Conduct
It doesn't appear there is one for Resource Network
for transmediale <https://transmediale.de/> either.
Can anyone confirm?
Would anyone else be interested in considering to write one or to adopt one?
It feels like now is a good time to make clear what we do and don't stand
for moving forward.
But curious what the rest of you think.
I know there are like 100 people at least on this Resource mailing list.
Happy to hear from voices who don't normally speak up! But of course, just
as happy to hear from anyone at any time! :)
On Wed, Jun 3, 2020 at 12:45 PM Christian de Lutz <
cdelutz at artlaboratory-berlin.org> wrote:
> Hi Rachel,
> I think it would be interesting to bring these topics of on this or
> similar forums...maybe with a slant towards the forum theme (eg here:
> technology and racism in the current crisis?; with the project space
> network: representation of people of color in the arts in Berlin?) Maybe
> worthwhile connecting with some of the groups organizing protest in Berlin
> Please keep me informed on this.
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> On 03.06.2020 12:23, Rachel Uwa wrote:
> Hi again,
> Different topic so I'm starting a different thread.
> As most of you probably know, race wars are happening in the US currently
> in a very violent way.
> I used to think Europe was much more progressive on race until a couple of
> years ago when I finally realised it's not that it's progressive but that
> these very difficult discussions have barely even begun here.
> I was just wondering if it would be appropriate or possible for Resource
> (or as a community of Berlin project spaces and independent organisations
> in general) that we make our collective voices heard on this topic or put
> out a group statement perhaps?
> Of course, I realise it's easy to involve ourselves in the US discussion
> but we know this happens here as well. What can we do if anything
> collectively on this topic?
> Happy to hear any thoughtful comments. I have no answers but just wonder if
> together our voices can be louder.
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