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Date:

May 20

Time:

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm

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Organizer

540WMain

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In this class we will explore the concepts of decolonialism and decoloniality through the theories of different Latin American authors.

overview:

In this class we will explore the concepts of decolonialism and decoloniality through the theories and epistemologies of different Latin American authors and activists. We will learn how these feminist movements are shifting the narrative, creating change and finding power to create harmony in their communities.

En esta clase exploraremos los conceptos de decolonialismo y decolonialidad a través de las teorías y epistemologías de diferentes autores y activistas latinoamericanos. Aprenderemos cómo estos movimientos feministas están cambiando la narrativa, creando cambios y encontrando poder para crear armonía en sus comunidades.

what you’ll learn:

  • Learn the concept of decolonialism and decoloniality
  • Learn about different feminism movements in the Americas
  • Understand the harms of colonization and how it intersects with identity and power
  • Aprender los concepto de decolonialismo y decolonialidad
  • Aprender sobre los diferentes movimientos feministas en las Américas.
  • Comprender los daños de la colonización y cómo se cruza con la identidad y el poder.

registration:

  • We have moved to a “gift economy” structure for all class registration tickets, meaning although this content does have a cost to us an organization, we trust you to select an option that is right for you. This may be based on your ability to pay, want to support our organization, or what you feel is an equitable price.

registration options:

Registration – $30

Registration + Fund Someone Else’s Class – $60

Full Scholarship – $0

age:

This class is appropriate for ages 18+

location:

This class will take place online through Zoom. Class access links will be received after online registration. If you do not receive your link, please check your spam or email info540westmain@gmail.com

about the facilitator:

Paola Macas Betchart (Paola/She/Hers/Ella) is an environmental anthropologist, educator and a social entrepreneur. She was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador and self identifies as a pan-indian woman from the Andes. Over the past twenty years she has researched and worked on issues related to human rights including worker rights, indigenous rights and the rights of nature in Ecuador, France and in the US. Paola is committed to creating safe spaces for healing, learning and nurturing empathy, and cooperation in her communities.

Paola Macas Betchart (Paola/She/Hers/Ella) es antropóloga ambiental, educadora y emprendedora social. Nació y creció en Quito, Ecuador y se identifica como una mujer pan-india de los Andes. Durante los últimos veinte años ha investigado y trabajado en temas relacionados con los derechos humanos, incluidos los derechos de lxs trabajadorxs, los derechos indígenas y los derechos de la naturaleza en Ecuador, Francia y Estados Unidos. Paola está comprometida con la creación de espacios seguros para la sanación, el aprendizaje y el fomento de la empatía y la cooperación en sus comunidades.

One Response

  1. Paola me da mucho justo por toda su trayectoria me gustaria seguirla siempre y si hay una oportunidad en el futuro de webinarios donde nos podemos capacitar mas degenos saber cuidece mucho feliz semana santa y mucahas bendiciones

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