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Supporting Survivor’s Workshop

From Wesleyan Students for Consent and Communication:

Join Students for Consent and Communication for a workshop that will discuss how to combat rape culture and better support survivors.

PERPETRATORS NOT WELCOME

Date: Tuesday, April 25
Time: 5:30-6:30pm
Place: Boger 112

 

Founder of Latina Rebels on Attending White Serving Institutions: Brown Girl Edition

Awesome talk tomorrow organized by Ajúa Campos:

Ajúa Campos presents a keynote with Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez, a Nicaraguan writer, blogger, and founder of Latina Rebels.
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Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez is a grassroots foreign citizen, maneuvering and resisting assimilation and respectability politics through what she calls her a chonga Mujerista ethics. She is from Managua, Nicaragua currently living in Nashville, TN. In 2015 graduated with her Masters of Divinity from Vanderbilt University’s Divinity School. She is the founder of Latina Rebels, an online platform that boasts over 100k followers. Currently she is a writer at Philadelphia Printworks, TeleSur, SupaDaily Latina, Chica Magazine, Mitú, BeVisible Latinx, Vivala, and a slew of other publications. Her interests are within biopolitics as it relates to Latina embodiment, specifically concerning models of conquerable flesh around narratives of naturalization for women of color. Thus her work is around reclaiming and upholding embodied resistance, particularly within chonga and chola subcultures. Que viva la mujer!

Date: Tuesday, April 25
Time: 7-9PM
Place: Memorial Chapel