Princess Jimenez Beltre (1987 Dominican Republic) educator, writer, spoken word performer, and podcaster. She has a bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Utah State University. Currently living in Sweden. She is one of the founders of La Dekoloniala!, an educational, artistic, and cultural organization whose main goal is to bring forward decolonial knowledge. Her articles have been published at Kultwatch, The Local Sweden, and Black Feminist Collective. She runs Mango Podcast (www.mangopodcast.com), an informational and opinion driven platform where different topics are discussed from an intersectional feminist and decolonial perspective, and where she has collaborated with activists and educators around the world in English and Spanish.
Rossana Mercado-Rojas (Peru, 1982) artist and cultural worker. I hold a BA in painting, a master degree in critical writing and curatorial practice from Konstfack College, and postmaster in sound art and collaborative practices from Royal Academy of Arts. My texts have been published in Kultwatch and Feministisk Perspektive. My practice explores decolonial feminist practices, public spaces and collective work; racialized womanhood and immigration. I do this through multidisciplinary interventions, mainly through ephemeral audio-visual installations, text, performance and live painting. I am one of the founders of La Dekoloniala! (Sweden) and one of the initiators of the street art feminist collective Hysterix (Peru) focusing on multidisciplinary interventions in the public realm; also, I am part of Galeri Majkens (Sweden), an artist-run gallery producing feminist-themed exhibitions in Stockholm.
Milagros Bedoya (Peru, 1984), artist and architect. My work addresses the circumstances that shape our public life, common history and built environment, and their impact on personal experiences and narratives. I explore these subjects through performance, installation, drawing, and pedagogical practices.
Johan Palme (Stockholm, 1981), journalist, translator and organiser. Publisher of intersectional arts platform Kultwatch and on the board of several arts organisations.
Natalie Högström (Stockholm, 1981) educator, journalist, translator, writer, cultural worker. I teach Spanish. I write articles about sexual politics and other topics. I translate articles, poetry and more from and to Swedish, English and Spanish.