Breaking Black Stereotypes
The prevailing clichés about people of colour and the continent of Africa are rapidly changing under pressure from viewers and makers. Nevertheless, some stereotypes are persistent. During Tropenmuseum x Brainwash Festival: Breaking Black Stereotypes we will investigate these clichés and alternatives to them, together with our principal guest, British author and Vice journalist Dipo Faloyin, who in his book Africa Is Not A Country puts paid to this one-dimensional representation.
When: Thursday 27 October 2022. Doors from 19:00, programme starts 20:00.
Where: Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam.
Tickets: Tickets cost €15 (including free entrance to the exhibition Our Colonial Inheritance at the Tropenmuseum, prior to the program). Buy your tickets here.
The Origin of Inequality
Does hard work bring economic success within reach? Or are your chances in this world determined by where you were born, where you grew up and your gender? We take a deep dive into history with world-famous economist Oded Galor. We will pick apart the origins of inequality and how this still defines our lives today.
When: Saturday 29 October, doors 14h15, programme starts 15h00 (no admittance after the start owing to television recording).
Where: Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, Nes 45 in Amsterdam.
Tickets: €12.50 for a regular ticket, which includes a drink. Buy your ticket(s) here.
read more about the programme here