memorias: olvidad@s y recuperad@s

xicana. chicago. mucha musica. con snippets. sol@ snippets.

“My mom raised me in this idea of generations […] we are here walking on the earth because the generations before us dreamt us into being. Right. They dreamt us into the present moment that we have now. And that moment is a gift and we all have work to do in this moment. But we are part of a longer dream. Right. And the dreams that we dream will produce a different future.”

 —— Maylei Blackwell

During her lecture: “Turning the Generations: Chicana Feminisms, Intersectionality and Social Justice” 

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