Mapping a Pueblo Feminist Movement – Feb. 8, 2019, Albuquerque, NM

When: Friday, Feb. 8, 2019 at 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM

Where: University of New Mexico, Student Union Building, Fiesta A & B

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Please join us in the first major public discussion of pueblo feminism during the 20th American Indian Studies Association Conference at the University of New Mexico’s Student Union Building (SUB) in Fiesta A & B

This roundtable seeks to map out the possibilities for a Pueblo feminist movement at this crucial moment of #MeToo and #TimesUp. The young Pueblo activists and scholars on this roundtable will re-articulate the presence of Women and Queer, two-spirit people in Pueblo communities as alternatives to the violent patriarchal political orders that neither serve us or our non-human relatives.

Dr. Melanie Yazzie – Dine’

Jennifer Marley – San Ildefonso Pueblo, Zia Pueblo
Justine Teba – Tesuque Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo
Marissa Naranjo – Santa Clara Pueblo, Kewa Pueblo, Cochiti Pueblo
Ahjani Yepa – Jemez Pueblo

Catch up to the conversation with our podcast series on Red Revolution Radio (stay tuned for upcoming podcasts too!).