AT THE ENTAGLEMENT OF ORAL & WRITTEN STORYTELLING, DIGITAL ART & COMMUNICATION, & POSTCOLONIAL FEMINIST THOUGHT
welcome to the world of kanishka sikri
THROUGH A POSTCOLONIAL FEMINIST AND TRANSNATIONAL INTERSECTIONALITY FRAME, I ATTEND TO OPPRESSIVE FABRICS AT THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, GENDER, SPACE, AND CLASS RELATIONS. I UTILIZE DIFFERENT AVENUES OF SHARING—FROM INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM TO POETRY TO DIGITAL MEDIA—TO BEGIN CRITICALLY THINKING OF WAYS TO DECOLONIZE, AND DECONSTRUCT THE COLONIAL CAPITALIST SUPREMACIST PATRIARCHY WE FIND OURSELVES ENGULFED IN.
+ what is/how does it operate: colonialism, capitalism, patriarchy, surveillance capitalism, white supremacy, orientalism + feminist & anti-racist community storytelling
+ how systems of oppression—colonial capitalist supremacist patriarchy—manifest in everyday systems + the legitimization of violence against women in the symbolic and physical + transnational intersectionality 101
creation of relevant, unique, and digestible courses and articles for social justice education, including:
+ feminist and gender discourse + critical race theory + post-de-colonial thought
+ creating accessible blog posts/articles for your organization, product, or services + ghostwriting services + book editing for grammar, flow, accessibility, and readability
helping you & your collective build a website/digital identity that reflects your ideas and thoughts to the world in a beautiful and unique way + web design + logo design + market research & public relations
+ search engine optimization through ad campaigns, organic search, & market research + social media strategy & management via instagram, twitter, pinterest, and facebook
my work—selected projects
what is feminist theory? how does it relate to our geopolitical space? to race? to class? to able-bodiedness? to fat v skinny dichotomies? to sexuality? how do we relate feminism, and its multiple branches, to our day-to-day lives?
exploring the intersections of race, class, gender, and space through an anti-racist feminist lens
this mapping serves to situate contemporary history into four major regimes which showcase how and through which mechanisms the tools of oppression have manifested in the form of our colonial capitalist supremacist patriarchy