No Borders On Indigenous Land

In the second episode of the new series, “Beyond Chicanismo: Indigeneity & the Environment”, I had the pleasure of interviewing my former roommate and close friend Cindy Marquina-Negrete. Cindy is a fearless-ish indocumentada born in Mexico City with familial roots in Oaxaca, Guerrero & Morelos. She was raised in the Bay Area for 13 years … Continue reading No Borders On Indigenous Land

Medicine In Our DNA

In the last episode of the series, “Beyond Chicanismo: Indigeneity & the Environment”, I interviewed my mentor and close friend Simón Sedillo. Simón teaches geopolitics and political economy and he also coordinates a study abroad program in Oaxaca, Mexico for native students from the USA. To access Simón’s work about the effects of and community … Continue reading Medicine In Our DNA

Placed-based Identities

Ane Leon Guerrero, is a Xicana -Michoacana from Oregon, currently living in Seattle, with a Masters in Higher Education. She enjoys creating and supporting the arts, specifically arts by and for QTPOC. But most importantly she works on cultivating community with other women of color. In Episode #1 of Season II, Ane and I discuss … Continue reading Placed-based Identities