On March 16th, the first session of the participatory workshop “Let’s talk about anti-racism and anti-fascism” was held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and led by Núria Solsona, a psychology student at the UAB and practitioner of the BRIDGES project. This workshop, divided into two sessions, aims to reflect on racism at university and the place of anti-racism in student struggles. In this first session, the participants discussed anti-racist and anti-fascist struggles in Barcelona. Through the analysis of materials on social mobilisations that took place in 1992 (500th anniversary of the colonization of America), collected from the Documentation Centre Mercè Grenzner (Can Batlló), the participants explored the links and divergences between the struggles and the meaning of their memories for the present. This workshop is part of the BRIDGES project’s efforts to generate spaces for anti-racist, feminist and decolonial reflection within the university community in articulation with civil society organisations.