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Sunday, June 17 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
Ancestral Connections for Black and Indigenous Solidarity

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This lunchtime meetup will discuss the unique & shared history of Indigenous & Diasporic Black/African communities & how they have & must continue to intersect in movements & solidarity today. We will discuss/unpack the meanings, histories, and associations of common terminology along with dispelling common fallacies/erasure, anti-Blackness and brainstorm material ideas for further challenging bias and colonial constructs while discussing shared language and avenues for solidarity between our communities.

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Sacramento Knoxx

The Aadizookaan
"Knoxx seeks to create a dynamic storytelling experience with their Aadizookaan team, and "the aadizookaan" is an Anishinaabe word that translates into the sacred spirit of the story, the messages we share and pass on in our visits. And Knoxx uses multimedia art to build interconnections... 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 →


Sunday June 17, 2018 11:45am - 12:45pm
STATE HALL: Room 127

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