Doors:
17:00
Start:
17:00
End:
22:00
WORM
WORM Central Station, #Wunderbar Foyer
Boomgaardsstraat 71
Sun 15 Sep '19 - Pirate Bay

Caribbean Ancestry Club #3

17:00
WORM

Caribbean Ancestry Club is hosting a family-friendly evening full of love, with poetry and spoken word performances, music, kuminda krioyo (island food) and intergenerational “show & tell” talks from ABC & SSS islanders.

For our third edition, we will be exchanging experiences on diaspora and island life, memories and family histories, and how to share and archive knowledge for future generations in predominantly oral Caribbean cultures. Audience members will be invited to share stories during the open mic and they are encouraged to bring a personal item to help reflect on their stories.

Caribbean Ancestry Club will host this event in The Pirate Bay, WORM Rotterdam’s in-house archive. We’re excited to contribute the work and legacies of our communities into the archive of WORM, so be sure to bring materials like CDs, DVD, and other materials that you’d like to share with others.

Everybody is welcome to join, but the voices of ABC & SSS islanders will be centralized.

With live performances by:
– Aldaïr Pieters & Najee Rosario
– Chiokee Campagnard
– Lily Clarisa & Cedric Dirksz
– Joshuar Gomez
– Jermaine Zimmerman
– Diane Rivers

Entrance: FREE

Language: English, Dutch, Papiamentu/o

Caribbean Ancestry Club is a project born out of love for the Caribbean, by Alfrida Martis and Daudi Cijntje. Alfrida calls Bonaire home, and Daudi calls Curaçao home. They are proud of their Afro-Caribbean heritage and believe in the healing and restorative powers of love and communion. By organizing events and community gatherings they wish to unite and amplify voices of Afro-indigenous Caribbean peoples, especially islanders from Bonaire, Statia, Saba, Curaçao, Aruba and St. Martin.

Caribbean Ancestry Club is a space where Caribbean peoples can fully be themselves, exchange their experiences on island and diaspora life, colonialism, intergenerational traumas, activism, cultural rituals and practices, art, ancestral knowledge and family memories.