Remembering Nochixtlán: State Violence and Global Resistance
Remembering Asunción Nochixtlán: State Violence, Building Bridges and Global Struggles of Resistance
Through an exhibit of photographs and a short documentary this event will first emphasize the aftermath of the attack on Nochixtlán, Oaxaca, Mexico that occured on June 19, 2016, after a majority of teachers and community members in Oaxaca had been protesting against neoliberal education reforms. The exhibit will occur from 12-1PM. There will be an altar for those who have suffered under state-violence (please feel free to bring photos for the altar). While the photographs will remain up, the second part to the event will be a panel from 1-3PM.
The panelist will consist of individuals speaking about state-violence more broadly and the efforts by ordinary people to partake in mobilization, education, self-determination, and resistance. They include Elybeth Alcantar (San Diego), Mariela Dieguez (San Diego), Bayan Abusneineih (Ethnic Studies Grad. Student, UCSD), Marcie Rojas (Jessie Program Mentorship/Women Studies Grad Student, SDSU), Ryth A. Mendez (Anakbayan-San Diego), Aundrey Jones (Ethnic Studies Grad. Student, UCSD). Moderated by Kim Marie Clark (Communications Grad. Student, UCSD).
This event is brought to you by the Critical University Studies working group (UCSD, Center for Humanities Research Grant), Raza Graduate Student Association, the Raza Resource Centro, and the UCSD history department.
We thank our co-sponsors: UC San Diego César E. Chávez
Planning Committee, Graduate Student Association -Community Outreach Coordinator, Chicana/o Latina/o Arts and Humanities Program (CLAH), Critical University Studies working group (Center for Humanities Working Group Researcg Grant, UC San Diego), and the Graduate Student Association (GSA)
For parking (if coming from off campus): Gilman parking structure is the closest area to park near the centro. There will be coffee and food!
For any questions or concerns, please contact Jorge Ramirez at email@example.com. Thank you!
This event is also part of the UC San Diego's César E. Chávez celebration.
UCSD Raza Resource Centro
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, 92093, CA, United States