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The Counter-Narrative: The Importance of Indigenous Narratives

June 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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This unique lecture series offers the public an Indigenous perspective on a different subject of interest each quarter. By engaging with Pueblo partners and Native leaders, the IPCC presents our communities’ stories in our own words and voices.

Free.


Our June theme is The Importance of Indigenous Narratives.

Living in a time of increasing globalization and new media, we’ll take a look at how indigenous narratives are used to create cultural awareness and preserve language and history, serving as a means of resistance and decolonization.

Panelists will include Dr. Lee Francis, CEO/Publisher at Native Realities Press.

About Native Realities Press: Featuring the incredible tales of Indigenous icons, First Nations freedom fighters, Aboriginal astronauts, and Native American superheroes whose stories have long been coopted, unheard or ignored. We strive to give you the most original and authentic representations of Native and Indigenous peoples through stories and texts that educate and entertain children, youth and adults.

About Indigenous Comiccon: The Indigenous Comic Con is the world’s premier gathering for Indigenerds and all things Indigenous pop culture! *Founded by Native Realities in 2016.

About Red Planet Books & Comics Store: Indigenerd HQ for all your Native and Indigenous comics, books, and gaming needs! *Recently opened in downtown Albuquerque

About Indigenous Narratives Collective: This is what it looks like when Native Americans are in charge of the comic book universe…no shamans, no trackers, just Native superheros. ‘Nuff said. *Counterpart to Native Realities Press

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Date:
June 21
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Location

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104 United States
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Phone:
5058437270