When: Sun., Feb. 28, 12-1 p.m. 2021
Migration is an expression of subsistence where the strength of the resilient movement is the key to staying present, migration can be geographically or inclusive with only the imagination, an unlimited way to transform and communicate from other worlds. One way to prostrate against violence and injustice is to name stories against forgetting and denying all the stories that have not been named, recognized and made visible. Artistic and cultural activities are the space-time opening to the metamorphosis of the communities involved in these dynamics, empowering their dreams. Join Denise Hernandez and Julio Perdido from Centro del Pueblo. Part of ADC 2021: Artists Creating a Post-Capitalist World.