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Pláticas @ LA Plaza | Indigenous Languages in Resistance | Free

The program features a panel discussion featuring Aurora Pedro and Una Isu, followed by a performance by the Mixteco Trilingual Rapper, Una Isu.
Aurora Pedro, coordinator of the Indigenous Interpreters program at CIELO, is a queer Akateko and Q’anjob’al born and raised in Los Angeles. With a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, Aurora is an advocate for language rights and the creation of accessible resources and spaces for all indigenous people.
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Linguistic diversity is an important site of resistance and resilience for Indigenous communities. International Mother Language Day is celebrated annually in February to promote the importance of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism in achieving fairer and more inclusive societies. Presented by Comunidades Indígenas en Liderazgo (CIELO). 

February 17, 2024 |  2:00 pm *
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