“Mujeres de Maiz en Movimiento” Book Party and Live Art Show

When: Monday, March 18, 2024

Time: 1 – 4 p.m., PST

Where: Campus Quad, Fullerton College, 321 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA

Celebrate with editors Amber Rose González, Felicia ‘Fe’ Montes, and Nadia Zepeda at their book launch party for Mujeres de Maiz en Movimiento: Spiritual Artivism, Healing Justice, and Feminist Praxis at Fullerton College. This free event features Mujeres de Maiz writers, artists, and performers as well as a marketplace, art workshops, and book signings. Books will be available for purchase and a few will be given away to those who attend. The family-friendly event is open to the public.

About the book:

Founded in 1997, Mujeres de Maiz (MdM) is an Indigenous Xicana–led spiritual artivist organization and movement by and for women and feminists of color. Chronicling its quarter-century-long herstory, this collection weaves together diverse stories with attention to their larger sociopolitical contexts. The book crosses conventional genre boundaries through the inclusion of poetry, visual art, testimonios, and essays.

MdM’s political-ethical-spiritual commitments, cultural production, and everyday practices are informed by Indigenous and transnational feminist of color artistic, ceremonial, activist, and intellectual legacies.

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