Indigenous Women Confront Empire
A visual presentation with Max Dashu
Thursday, November 15, 7:00PM
Suggested Donation $5
Max Dashu of the Suppressed Histories Archives looks at how indigenous
women draw on cultural traditions and spiritual power to resist
colonization and challenge systems of domination. Featured women
include Kimba Vita (Congo), Maria Candelaria (Chiapas), Queen Nanny of
the Maroons (Jamaica), Toypurina (Tongva Nation, California), Lozen
(Apache Nation), and more.
Read more at:
Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes
Documentary film screening & plática
*Saturday, November 17, 3:00PM*
This documentary by Byron Hurt takes an in-depth look at masculinity and
manhood in rap and hip-hop. Using interviews with performers and fans,
the film explores misogyny, violence, and homophobia in the hip hop
world and the complex intersections of culture, commerce, and gender.
In collaboration with ILL COMMUNICATION: A Hip Hop Conference.
Read about the film at:
Raul Salinas Tribute and Fundraiser
w/ Open Mic, Special Guests, Music,
Silent Auction, and Live Painting
Sunday, November 18, 4:00-8:00PM
Suggested Donation $5 /(o mas)/
Join us as we pay tribute to poet, human rights activist and native son
raulrsalinas in this community celebration. Born in San Antonio,
raulrsalinas is a veterano of Chicano literature and jazz/beat pioneer
whose writing and activism have earned him international recognition as
a spokesperson for a diversity of political causes. Come support Raul!!
Read more about Raul's ongoing work at:
"Cantos para los Muertos"
Wednesday, November 14, 7:00PM
$5 Suggested Donation
7:00PM Introduction with Altar, Comida & Calaveras
8:00PM Azul in Concert
Azul, local musician and buena gente de Esperanza, presents traditional
songs, stories, and images dedicated to the departed, focusing on the
indigenous roots of Dia de los Muertos. Bring ofrendas for the
*NOCHE AZUL DE ESPERANZA CONCERT SERIES CONTINUES
THE 2ND WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH.
Hear Azul's music at:
We need your help with these and other upcoming events!
Can you volunteer some of your time at the above listed events?
Give us a call at 210.228.0201
Esperanza Peace and Justice Center
922 San Pedro Ave . San Antonio TX 78212
(entrance on W Evergreen, 1/2 mile north of downtown)