Eman Desouky is DJ Emancipation (https://www.djemancipation.com/), and a fierce mama of a magical 7 year old human. Her two decades of cultural work in the Bay Area are rooted in transformative justice practices that imagine a world without racism, colonialism, classism, and homophobia. Her current written and music curation work is an exploration of what embodiment of our ancestral remembrance looks, feels, but especially sounds like. Her ancestors ascend from the fertile soils of where the Nile river meets the Mediterranean Sea, the Horn of Africa, and the Turquoise Coast of Turkey. She currently resides on the ancestral lands of the Lisjan Ohlone people, also known as Oakland, CA.