Plurifeminisms Across Abya Yala Symposium Scheduled for May 24 & 25, 2022

Submitted by Whitney Miller on

This symposium focuses on the conjunction among Indigenous, Black, Chicanx, queer, and feminist scholars, artists, and activists who are working to create more just political frameworks across Abya Yala (the Americas). Weaving music, art, and culture together with attention to institutional and structural formations, the symposium explores issues such as Indigenous sovereignty, plurinationalism, land defense, violence, sexuality, reproductive justice, and the relationship between music, art, and activism.

May 24: wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ (Intellectual House) and Online
2 pm-4 pm | Panel 1: Feminismo Comunitario: Feminista Hip Hop/Futurismo Feminista
5 pm-8 pm | Music Encuentro: Evening Reception and Performances
*Spanish and English interpreted. If attending in-person, bring headphones.

May 25: Online Only
10 am-12 pm | Panel 2: Lessons Learned from Ecuador’s 2008 Constitution
1 pm-3 pm | Panel 3: Anticolonial Feminisms and Indigenous Land Defense
*Spanish and English interpreted for Zoom attendees.

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Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by May 14, 2022 to Caitlin Palo, 206-685-5260, Co-Sponsors: Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of American Ethnic Studies, Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Department of Geography, Department of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Department of Political Science, Honors College, Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Womxn Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities