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 before moving to Tukwila, WA. Currently she resides in Bellingham, WA where she’ll be graduating in the Spring with a degree in Human Services. In this episode we discuss Aztlan, border abolition and the movement for giving land back to Indigenous people.

Beyond Chicanismo: Indigeneity & the Environment
Beyond Chicanismo: Indigeneity & the Environment
No Borders on Indigenous Land

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