MUJER CON PODER: WOMEN’S CONFERENCE GATHERING (3/29/14)

MUJER CON PODER: WOMEN'S CONFERENCE GATHERING

MUJER CON PODER: WOMEN’S CONFERENCE GATHERING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE:

8:00am- Registration starts aw/ Free Continental breakfast.

8:30am- People’s Yoga (please come in comfortable clothing)

9:00am- Keynote Speakers

10-12pm- Workshops

12:00pm – Free Healthy Lunch and Artivist Vendors and Performances

1-3:00pm Workshops

3-4:00pm Share Back/Closing

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Olivia Chumacero (community activist, gardener, indigenous and environmental rights activist w/ Everything Is Medicine, teatrista and original member of El Teatro Campesino)

Maria Elena Chavez (filmmaker, mother, activist, Center director for YWCA, and daughter of Dolores Huerta/UFW)

WORKSHOPS:

-Healthy Relationships & Teen Dating 101 w/ Justice for my Sister Collective

-Moontime (menstrual cycles) w/ Luna Sangre

-La Cultura Cura-Artivism workshop w/ Liliflor Art

– Body Image and Media w/ Amber Rose González

-Safety, Self Awareness and Self Defense w/ Elena Esparza

-Creative Writing workshop w/ Iris de Anda

-Herbs for Healing w/ La Bere

and more!

Free Continental Breakfast and Healthy Lunch

Creative Artivist Edutainment & Performances including

Aztec Dance, Music and more!

Mujer Mercadito

featuring Women Artivists, Artisans, Vendors and Marketplace

*NEW  & Past Zine Publications will be available*

*Mujeres de Maiz tee’s, Stickers y mas!*

This is a “Each one, Teach one” event where we encourage all who attend to bring at least one young woman to the conference  (your prima, student, little sister, school mate, etc.)

Event is wheelchair accessible.  

Please message us for accommodation needs.

This event is Low Impact/ Low Waste, please bring your own bottle/canteen/cup

Surrounding Street parking only.

Information or Volunteer or Vendor Inquiries:

info@mujeresdemaiz.com

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