Join the CLACS Runasimi Outreach Collective (ROC) and the Native American and Indigenous Student Group (NAISG) at NYU for a teach-in on the perspectives from both North and South America on indigenous traditions centered around the dead. We will be going over practices to incorporate during the end of October, a traditional time for venerating the dead.
Micaél Pereira is an Andean training herbalist who recently graduated from the Quechua program at NYU. They are co-president of ROC and will be leading the discussion.
Gonzalo Appiani is a Junior at NYU majoring in History and Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Gonzalo is a graduate of the Quechua program and co-president of ROC.
Julia Ynez Martin (Rincon Luiseño) is a Senior at NYU studying Metropolitan Studies and the historian for NAISG. She will share the acknowledgement of WSP as a burial ground and help guide the NAISG portion of the ceremony.
No registration is required, the meet-up location is underneath the arch in Washington Square Park at 6 pm.
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