Yacatsol: A border-crossing, multilingual, decolonial, “cura” music and art project

Join Xica Nation / Xica Media network creator Iris Rodriguez to talk about Yacatsol, a border-crossing, multilingual, decolonial, “cura” music and art project. Produced by Radio VoxFem Xicanindia, a project which features music, visual art, film and changemaking by Xicana/Indigenous women. Episode 2, hosted by Producer Laura Varela, explores the musical stylings of Iris Rodriguez and Yacatsol. Keywords from the conversation: People, land, Texas, indigenous, resistance, music, dance, song, media, West Texas, Tonala, cumbia, Spanish, the Queen, Mexican Americans, protest, Mexican, birthplace, Edwards Plateau

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Take Action: Rebury the Ancestors
Pictured: Reburial Committee joyfully completes second reburial of six ancestors on March 14, 2020 at Sacred Springs Reburial Grounds in San Marcos, TX. Left to right: Yoli Arellano, Salina Arellano, Rudy Leyva, Lucia Carmona, Adam Alejandro, Carlos Aceves, Rodney Garza, Krisolito Garza, Maria Rocha, Karla Lara, Mike Ferraro, Ome Tlaloc, Dr. Mario Garza).(Photo: Ruben Arellano, Ph.D., courtesy Miakan-Garza Band of the Coahuiltecan)

Take Action: Rebury the Ancestors

Via the Indigenous Cultures Institute REBURY THE ANCESTORS   We're asking your help to email the U.T. Austin President Jay Hartzell and ask him to return three remains of our…

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