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Yesterday, Today & Pa’lante: How Indigenous Culture Relates to Our World Now

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Recognizing Latinx Heritage Month!

Join the conversation on how Latinx folks can be in solidarity with Indigenous people, the importance of cultural survival and resistance, and how we can decenter euro-centric ways of thinking in our are spaces to address the long term implications of colonization in the fine art world.

Thursday 9/23 at 6pm EST via ZOOM

Featured speakers:

Thalia Carroll-Cachimuel, Human Services Alumni
Communications Manager, When We Fight, We Win!, Curator, ‘The Fight to Free Leonard Peltier – Honoring Indigenous Culture & Heritage’

Claudia Cortínez
Exhibitions Manager, The Clemente

Rosa Rodriguez-Williams
Senior Director of Belonging and Inclusion, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Sara Rivera
Assistant Director, Latinx Student Cultural Center at Northeastern University

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