Amina Mohamed is the Women’s Community Program Coordinator at PASAN. She provides education, advocacy, programming and case management to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women living with HIV. In addition, she is a lead artist-facilitator with Confluence Arts Collective. With Confluence, Amina facilitates artistic creation programs in prisons and transitional residences. She is the co-founder of Sqwish, a weekly queer drop-in basketball night, and Hunhouse, a collective that curates dance parties for queer woman, trans and non-binary people.
This expansive new digital resource brings together artists and creative communities from across so-called Canada to explore the imperatives of abolition movements and their applications to our work in the theatre sector.
A conversation on the roles art can play as healing for women with lived experience of incarceration. With Amina Mohamed, Charlene Chapman, April Labine and Laverne Malcolm.