Performances: My Heroes Have Always Killed Colonizers

When & Where
Eric Quezada Center for Culture & Politics
518 Valencia Street [near 16th & Mission BART]
San Francisco, CA 94110
October 15, 2012 - 6:30pm
Contact
center@politicaleducation.org
415 431 1918

My Heroes Have Always Killed Colonizers: Stories of Global indigenous REZistance is a night of song, words, and resistance, a celebration of every global indigenous warrior who’s been labeled a terrorist, unpatriotic, and/or savage while defending the land, the people, and our traditional ways. Through storytelling, spoken word and performance we will collectively Re-Indigenize our heroes, such as Leila Kaled, Boukman, Lapu Lapu, and Geromino so that they may claim their true role in history.

October 15th, Indigenous Peoples Day, is reclaimed from the genocidal legacy of Colonizer Colombus. Join us this night, as we ask “Which colonizers have your heroes killed?"

Performances by Luta Candelaria (Rumsen Ohlone), Corrina Gould (Ohlone), Afoutayi Dance Company (Haiti), Mariposa Villaluna, and much more. 

In solidarity with First Nations, this will be an alcohol-free event.
Suggested Donation of $5-$10 at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds.

This space is wheelchair accessible.