Aïcha Diallo has been Head of Education & Outreach at DAS MINSK Potsdam since November 2020. As a cultural scientist, educator, freelance writer and editor, she has collaborated on various projects. For many years she worked as managing editor for the art magazine Contemporary And (C&) and curated exhibitions and events for the off-program of the Biennale Dak'Art. She was co-program director of KontextSchule, a project based at the Institute for Art in Context at the Universität der Künste Berlin (University of the Arts). In addition, she has worked for the pan-African cultural platform Chimurenga in Cape Town, the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) exhibition project prêt-à-partager, was co-founder of and performer in the Label Noir performance platform and contributing guest editor of the Platform Africa edition of the magazine Aperture. Her research and teaching interests are trauma and memory studies, critical pedagogy, and postcolonial critique. She is a member of bildungsLab* in Berlin, a collective of scholars of Color who comment, intervene and publish in the field of critical pedagogy. In addition, Diallo is editor with Annika Niemann and Miriam Shabafrouz of the anthology "Untie to Tie: Colonial Fragments in the Context of School" (ifa Gallery Berlin and Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (BpB – Federal Center for Civic Education) which will be released in summer 2021.