La Rampa relaunches with a different portrayal of Portugal than the one we are used to seeing in travel guides and history books. For this issue we have collaborated with artists, activists, writers and academics in an attempt to examine and re-interpret the multi-layered complexities of contemporary Portugal even if it exposed colonial wounds as it embraced powerful new voices. What has emerged is a type of counter atlas, connecting new narratives and histories from and about Portugal’s African and Afro descendant communities to parallel actions and social movements that are creating alternative models of producing knowledge as well as their own archives and images.
Alexandra Lucas Coelho, Ana Lúcia Araújo, Ana Stela Cunha, Ângela Ferreira, Beatriz Gomes Dias, Benvinda Mendes, Carla Fernandes, Congo Stars, Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida, Délio Jasse, Francisco Vidal,Gisela Casimiro, Grada Kilomba, Igreja Tocoista de Odivelas, James Sweet, Jean-Yves Loude, Jill H. Casid, Joacine Katar Moreira, José Ramos Tinhorão, José Saramago, Jota Mombaça, Kalaf Epalanga, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Manuel L. Dias dos Santos, Margarida Paredes, Maria Rosário Soares Silva, Marita Sturken, Marta Lança, Nocyan, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Nii Obodai, Patrícia Lino, Patrícia Martins Marcos, Pedro Schacht, Michel-Rolph Trouillot, Rui Gomes Coelho, Ruy Llera Blanes, Yara Monteiro, Yonamine.
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