Nov 24 on FM: Lakota Traditions with Autum Two Bulls; Filmmaking with ImMEDIAte Justice; Latina Theater in the OC

Hosted by Ariana Manov and Melissa Chiprin

Joining us is Autumn Two Bulls- born on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in 1981 – a direct descendent of Chief Smoke, original chief to the Teton Wan Lakota, and Chief Young Man Afraid of His Horses, one of the chiefs who signed the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868. Autumn will discuss uniting and empowering urban and tribal women though native traditions.

Later, we will have a conversation with some of the folk at imMEDIAte Justice (IMJ) -Jacqueline Sun, film producer, mentor, Mariana Velázquez, film producer, and one of the student filmmakers. We will discuss the upcoming, December 4, ImMEDIAte Justice 2010 film premier of four 30-second films made by IMJ young women with the support of mentors. ImMEDIAte Justice empowers young women and queer people of color with the knowledge and skill-sets to generate new images via film of reproductive freedom that inspire community action and global dialogue. (Also on Facebook and Twitter)

And, imagine 7 Years Young! And Still the ONLY Latina Theater in OC! We will hear from Sara Guerrero co-founder and artistic director of the award winning Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble, located in the corazon (heart) of downtown Santa Ana. Guerrero invites all to show their support and witness the miracle of Latina Theater in Orange County, Sat Dec 4th. We will also catch up with ¡Aparato!’s lead vocalist and guitarist-Cat. ¡Aparato! will be playing an intimate set just for this fundraiser. (Also on FacebookMySpace, and ReverbNation)

(left: Autumn Two Bulls; middle: imMEDIAte Justice; right: ¡Aparato!’s vocalist & guitarist-Cat )
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One Response to “Nov 24 on FM: Lakota Traditions with Autum Two Bulls; Filmmaking with ImMEDIAte Justice; Latina Theater in the OC”

  1. Can’t wait to be on your show tonight! Thank you for your support, Feminist Magazine!
    Abrazos,
    Sara Guerrero