We, - Nosotrxs- Crossing Worlds and Galaxies

We, - Nosotrxs- Crossing Worlds and Galaxies

The diversity of women and the -others- that we are, remind us of the existence of the pluriverse, that is, the multiplicity of worlds that coexist in the world. The pluriverse makes us see that–contrary to what cis-hereto-patriarchal modernity led us to believe– the world is made up of many gender-sex diversities, worldviews, many worlds and galaxies, as expressed by the Zapatista grammar and struggle. It is from this alter, anti, pluri, and trans⋆ diversity that we invite you to listen to our situated and emotional reflections on what happens to us when we cross borders, bridge spaces, and weave tapestries as women on the verge, racialized, trans⋆ lesbofeminists, academics, mothers, activists or defenders of Mother Earth in these times of civilizational collapse.

Speakers: Nora Tzec, Daniel Ewín'bí Coleman, Xochitl Leyva Solano, Marina Sitrin, Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

Date: Tuesday June 13th of 2023

Time: 14:00 (UTC/GMT)

Duration: 90 minutes

This event had English ↔ Spanish interpreation

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About the speakers

Nora Tzec

(Red Mayense de Guardianas y Guardianes de Semillas, Península de Yucatán y Chiapas, México): Lassos and tapestries for life, a common goal

Daniel Ewín'bí Coleman

(Institute for Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Affiliate Africana Studies, Georgia State University): Witnessing the pluriverse within academic transfeminist work

Xochitl Leyva Solano

(CIESAS Sureste, GTAGlobal Tapestry of Alternatives, GT CUTER CLACSO): Bridging and weaving academia-others, activisms and alter, anti, pluri, trans* struggles.

Marina Sitrin

(GTA, Binghamton University)

Mother and activist researcher, searching/creating emancipatory spaces in and outside the university

Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

(GTA, Critical theory and decolonising for social Change, Universidad de Bath): Living here and there. Transitions and contradictions within the subjectivity of a bridge woman