Angela Davis, an icon of the civil rights movement, will be in dialogue with the youth of Brussels – teens and students – with artists and civil society, on the theme of political and social engagement in 2020, which resonates across continents and generations.

Moderated by: Safia Kessas

A project by Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles, Bruxelles Laïque et PAC Présence et Action Culturelles.
A partnership with Tribunal Russell sur la Palestine, le cinéma Palace.


Cinéma Palace – dates to be confirmed
Before Angela Davis’s arrival, Palace proposes a selection of documentary films putting into perspective on one hand her struggles and commitments and on the other the complex reality in which her activism and philosophy took root. Among these is the iconic I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck.

→ The screenings will all take place at Palace on Mondays. Complete program on


  • Reservation

    >> date to be confirmed

  • Venue

    Grande Salle

  • Tickets

    11€ / 17€ / 21€ (could be included into subscription)

  • Language

    Conference in English, simultaneous translation in French.

  • Photo : Angela Davis addresses the assembled crowd at the June 19 Juneteenth rally at the Port of Oakland, which was shut down to mark the day, 2020