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WA(i)VE- WOC Artists/Academics/Activists in Vernacular Expression, is a knowledge/collaboration exchange group specifically designed for WOC (trans womxn/non-binary woc welcome) who are looking for a safe, resourceful space to strengthen the ways in which we tell our stories.
WA(i)VE encourages self-expression by tapping into our beautifully unique vernacular voices that stem from all parts of the Global South. Meeting once a month, we will use a variety of creative prompts that encourage us to expand our artistic expressions.
By writing/creating/sketching/song-writing/choreographing/sharing together, we create a supportive group for both new and experienced members. This gives us the opportunity to exchange feedback, and most importantly, build a network of artists, academics, & activists that can provide support for all aspects of the creative process & self-expression.
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FAQ: How do I register? please send an email to to register for WA(i)VE.

Where is it? CAFE BE’KECH Exerzierstraße 14 13357 Berlin
We will be meeting once a month at Cafe be’kech in Wedding. This is an amazing cafe and co-working space, run by POC, and supports POC. Their unique concept allows us to keep costs for meeting, very low.

Why does the WA(i)VE meeting cost 6 EURO?
be’kech has a unique concept that you pay for the time spent at the cafe. When you arrive at the cafe, please check in at the front desk. The time you arrive will be noted, and from then on, you pay 5 cents per minute until you decide to check out. 5 cents/minute includes free Wi-Fi, fresh coffee & tea, vegan and vegetarian buffet (locally sourced, seasonal, organic) and cozy and comfortable co-working facilities. This is a kid-friendly zone! 😊

Do I need to be a native English speaker to join? ALL nationalities and languages are welcome! WA(i)VE is for woc (our non-binary, trans womxn welcome!) looking a safe, supportive, creative space where we can practice, improve, and share our self-expression. We will be operating in English, however the WA(i)VE group is unique in the way that our aim is to expand the traditional boundaries of artistic expression and challenge the rules of language in order to make space for our individual vernacular voices.

Who moderates WA(i)VE?
My name is Rhea Ramjohn and I am a Trinbagonian-American creative writer in Berlin. I’m the creator of WA(i)VE and the Tanti Talks Podcast (, as well as an educator and community organizer. My academic background is in English literature & theory, Creative writing & Cultural Studies, and I have a passion for all forms of artistic expression in the POC community! You can find out more at
Hope to see you at WA(i)VE soon!