What is the Decolonize Un-Conference?
The Decolonize Un-Conference is a free space for advocates and activists of the global majority to (un)learn, heal, and cultivate community through acknowledging the personal, local, and national impacts of colonization. Topics vary from city to city, and have included race, anti-blackness, anti-indigeneity, the gender binary, art as activism, relationship to land and animals, food, body image, mental health, navigating academia, language, and spirituality.
The un-conference is currently in English only. We are hoping to be able to offer un-conferences in Spanish and other languages in the future.
Who should apply?
Only people of color may attend this event. White allies are encouraged to support by volunteering and/or making a donation/reparation. All ages and experience levels are welcome. We ask that all attendees do their best to attend the entire event on both Saturday & Sunday.
Speakers, guides, and workshop leaders are all provided an honorarium for their time, energy, and labor.
Is there a cost?
No, this event is free for all confirmed attendees. We also provide lunch, snacks, and water to all attendees and speakers on both days. Carpools can also be arranged (please indicate if you need/can provide one on the registration form).
Registration for Chicago are now open. Click here to sign up!