Priestesses, diviners and medicine women stand out as leaders of aboriginal liberation movements against conquest, empire, and cultural colonization. This visual presentation looks at how Indigenous and African Diasporic women draw on their cultural traditions to resist colonization --and how, by virtue of who they are and where they stand in the social order, their personal access to direct, transformative power makes the spiritual political. Nehanda Nyakasikana, Kimpa Vita
Berkeley City College, Room 431 2050 Center St. Berkeley CA 94704 (1 block E of BART)
Free! (Donations welcome) All are welcome. Wheelchair accessible. Heritage posters, art prints, magnets and notecards will be for sale.