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Saturday, June 16 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Blackness and Afro Latinidad: Brujas Healing the Diaspora

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This is an intercommunal conversation between Black people across the diaspora — African Americans, Afro-Caribbeans, Afro-Latinxs, etc. — hosted by brujas exploring the intersections and solidarities through music, culture, media, activism, and art. Interactive open conversation will explore our roots with the goals of disrupting antiblackness globally and creating and improving shared languages and mentalities among the diaspora to generate solidarity and ultimately, revolution.

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Consuela Lopez

Congress of Communities SW Detroit Neighborhoods
A proud native Detroiter of proud Puerto Rican heritage, Consuela Barber-Lopez is a passionate cultural and civic advocate. The foundation of her academic achievements began with the Detroit Public Schools and ended at Wayne State University, her focus at the latter being History... Read More →
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Antonio Rafael

The Raiz Up
Antonio Cosme is an xicana boricua writer, public speaker, entrepreneur, educator, artist, bee keeper and farmer from Southwest, Detroit. Having graduated Eastern Michigan University with double major in Political Science and Economics at a time when the State took over the city of... Read More →
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Briana Urena-Ravelo

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Briana Ureña-Ravelo is a 27 year old femme first generation Afro-Dominicana based in West Michigan. She is a radical abolitionist Black community organizer, anarchist, intersectional feminist, freelance writer, artist, poet, activist, thinker, and dreamer. Her interests include music... Read More →


Saturday June 16, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
STATE HALL: Room 117

Attendees (148)