Mon, May 25|
Mending the Diaspora (Weaving Global Kapwa)
Join Orion Camero is a queer visual storytelling educator, coalition-builder and community organizer, working to uncover connections between social, ecological, and economic crisis to achieve transcendent justice.
Time & Location
May 25, 2020, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT
About This Event
About Orion Camero:
Orion Camero is a queer visual storytelling educator, coalition-builder and community organizer, working to uncover connections between social, ecological, and economic crisis to achieve transcendent justice. Their practice focuses on using creative means to disrupt the paradigms of oppression we find ourselves in, from imagineering the California Allegory project of the Beehive Design Collective, a global arts activist group translating movement stories into pen-and-ink fable murals, to recently having co-led SustainUS’ first all-indigenous youth delegation to the international climate negotiations, the COP25, in Madrid. Orion believes that what nurtures the heart of collective liberation are the ingredients of inter-identity solidarity, cross-cultural connection and exponential collaboration.
If you have the capacity to give an offering, you may select this ticket option. Offerings will support the time and labor of our guest speakers/facilitators, as well as CfBS's ongoing work toward strengthening our communities.
Pay What You Can - More Info
If you have a financial hardship in this time, please select the Pay What You Can option. You will be sent a link to a donation page in the confirmation email after registering. Our registration fees support the time and labor of our wonderful presenters. We encourage attendees to make an offering to contribute toward a monetary offering for presenters if they are able. However, if you are unable to give the suggested $20 offering, no one will be turned away.