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Pollinating Ríos Vivos y Mesoamérica Resiste

Date: Sunday, November 15, 2015
Please join us for two multi-media events with the Beehive Collective on Tuesday, November 17 in Hart Hall 3201 from 10 am-12 pm and 1-3 pm.
The Beehive Collective is an all-volunteer collective that tells complex global stories through collaborative, anti-copyrighted images created with affected communities.  All of their work is licensed under the Creative Commons.  The current tour is focused on resistance to corporate globalization, resource extraction, and land grabbing in Mesoamerica and South America
Co-sponsored by: Cross-cultural Center, Department of Native American Studies, Department of Chicana/o Studies,  Hemispheric Institute of the Americas (HIA), the Indigenous Research Center of the Americas (IRCA), and the Social Justice Initiative (SJI)
This is a fragrance free event.
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