Wednesday, June 19, 2019
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Contemporary discussions about queer history often “unsee” Native people, even when talking about race.
Indigenous artists fabian romero (Purépecha) and raktahcú reewaki (Pawnee and Athabascan) use poetry and music to see Native queer people in the city of Seattle, still the land of Coast Salish peoples.
Learn how their collaboration and work expands what Seattle queer history means by weaving together the topics of diaspora, borders, race, and ongoing settler colonialism.
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Location: MOHAI Café