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It's time for the Ofrenda Podcast! A series of special episodes dedicated to learning more about the roots and futures of ofrenda resilience and restorative practice at the heart of Dia de Muertos and other decolonial gatherings taking place at Seattle Center, Beacon Hill (El Centro de la Raza), Burien, White Center, Tacoma and in communities all throughout the United States, Mexico and across Central and South America.

Ofrendas are practices of remembrances, resistance, and transformation.

Listen on KVRU 105.7FM or KVRU.ORG
Mon. the 22nd at 3PM
Wed. the 24th at 2PM

The Ofrenda Podcast is a team of University of Washington Students enrolled in the UW Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) Department course called "Chicanax/Latinx Cultural Production" taught by professor Michelle Habell-Pallán. This is produced in partnership with KVRU 105.7 FM Community Radio, GWSS, and the Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities Collective. All from the community are welcomed to participate in creating more episodes in Spring 2021. Contact