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El poema para pacha mama/ A poem for Mother Earth
Date Tuesday May 25
Time 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Location Details
The event is co-sponsored by and will be held at The Galleria de la Raza – an artist space in the mission district of San Francisco.
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorCarina Lomeli
EmailMexicancow [at] gmail.com
Phone602-717-4975
Address2940 16th Street #301
El poema para pacha mama/ A poem for Mother Earth, is designed as a community healing and sharing of poetry, spoken word, music and ceremony with migrant Raza and indigenous youth, adults and elders in poverty focused on the impact of climate change on indigenous peoples and poor peoples of color, planned for the weekend of earth day April 2010-on Sunday, April 25th The event is co-sponsored by and will be held at The Galleria de la Raza – an artist space in the mission district of San Francisco.



The event will be like all of POOR’s work be intertribal,multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-lingual and multi-generational, featuring up to 20 members of the Poetas POBRES proyecto/Po Poets Project of POOR Magazine as well as indigenous/raza youth scholars from Southern Ute Boys and Girls Club in Ignacio, Colorado who participated in a native hip hop workshop conducted by Indigenous Peoples Media Project of POOR Magazine, SNAG magazine and Four Rivers Institute . The event will focus on the impact ( and healing from) of climate change on poor indigenous peoples who have been stewards of the earth since the beginning of time and now must deal with the ailing earth left for its current and future generations.
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Added to the calendar on Thursday Feb 25th, 2010 7:57 PM
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