Francis Seeck is an author, anti-discrimination trainer and PhD candidate based in Berlin. Francis is giving trainings and talks on classism and gender diversity. As a queer academic from a poverty class background they are excited to organize empowerment trainings for students and academics who face classism in academia. In their dissertation they investigate how trans and non-binary activists deal with precarity by building networks of mutual care. Together with Journalist Brigitte Theißl they will make the first German-language anthology on anti-classism available. Francis is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow and participated in the 2010 Warsaw Fellowship Program.
Updated May 2020
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