BLACK INDIGENOUS LIBERATION DAY 2022
10, 11 & 12
As the Black and Indigenous Liberation Movement, our struggle is intersectional, transactional, antiracist, community feminist, Afrofeminist, Maroon, African womanist, of diverse political identities in communality. We seek to highlight and question the undeniable relationship between colonialism, capitalism, patriarchy and racism. For this reason, we claim the autonomy of our bodies and recognize the complementarity of those of us who inhabit the territories and the participation of women and dissidents for the defense of life, the territory and the preservation of ancestral wisdom and knowledge.
In order to influence each of the Organizations and territories, for 3 days we worked different topics:
-Racial and Climate Justice
"Racial justice is climate justice"
MUSIC & RESISTANCE
Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana