Indigenous Peoples Day on October 8 – updated

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY
South Tucson, AZ
Monday, October 8, 2018

GLOBAL JUSTICE CENTER
BLOCK PARTY BEGINS 11:00AM
225 E. 26th ST
TUCSON/CHUKSHON, AZ

(Free to the Community) of Music, Dancers and Speakers throughout the day. Join us to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day!
There will be music, dancers, speakers, food and more!
Family-friendly, drug and alcohol free

Donations to Indigenous Alliance Without Borders well accepted and appreciated to work towards next years Indigenous Peoples Day.

Come show your support to make this day a holiday celebrating and honoring Indigenous Peoples’ everywhere!

11AM – Opening Blessing Lester Smith (T.O.)
Honoring Color Gaurd (Yoeme)

Music by:
DJ Chuckie Chingon (Yaqui) (all day)
Gertie and the Waila Boyz (Tohono O’odham) (7:30pm)
Renegade Rebels
3 Wing Band

Speakers:
Juan Ortiz (Alianza) U.N Document on Indigenous Rights. (2pm)
LD 3 Representative Sally Ann Gonzales (Yaqui) Legislation that affects Indigenous rights.
Joseph Garcia -Conducting the O’odham Census in Mexico (2:15pm)
Nellie Jo David – O’odham Anti Border Collective (4pm)
We’panag Bike Club (TBA)
Derechos Humanos (TBA)
Dr. Roberto Cintli Rodriguez 6pm

Spoken Word: 6pm (In honor of Missing Indigenous Peoples and Missing Indigenous Women)
Leilani Clark
Enrique “Q” Garcia Naranjo (Spoken Futures)

Intertribal dances: 630pm
Round Dance in honor of Missing Indigenous Peoples and Women. (Toby Jose)
Ryan Pinto – Grass Dance (hopi/omaha/ute)
Santiago Stanton – Smoke Dance (yaqui)

Spoken Word: 6:45pm
Shay Jimenez

Danza: 7pm
Calpolli Teoxicalli

VENDORS $20
SPACES AVAILABLE !!!!
PLEASE CONTACT THROUGH EMAIL RYAN 10rhythms.rp@gmail.com
Or by phone 928-707-1729
GIVING INFO ON ORGANIZATION AND MERCHANDISE, MUST BE INDIGENOUS AFFILIATED AND FAMILY AND KID FRIENDLY.

www.indigenousalliance.org




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One response to “Indigenous Peoples Day on October 8 – updated

  1. Carolyn Classen

    Indigenous Peoples Day today at the Global Justice Center. Learn about indigenous Americans and celebrate their day. I grew up with lots of Native Hawaiians (one of my aunts was 3/4 Hawaiian, 1/4 haole (white), so I have many indigenous cousins and relatives. Here’s the schedule till 10 p.m. tonight.
    Music by:
    DJ Chuckie Chingon (Yaqui) (all day)
    Gertie and the Waila Boyz (Tohono O’odham) (7:30pm)
    Renegade Rebels
    3 Wing Band

    Speakers:
    Juan Ortiz (Alianza) U.N Document on Indigenous Rights. (2pm)
    Representative Sally Ann Gonzales (Yaqui) Legislation that affects Indigenous rights.
    Joseph Garcia -Conducting the O’odham Census in Mexico (2:15pm)
    Nellie Jo David – O’odham Anti Border Collective (4pm)
    We’panag Bike Club (TBA)
    Derechos Humanos (TBA)
    Dr. Roberto Cintli Rodriguez 6pm

    Spoken Word: 6pm (In honor of Missing Indigenous Peoples and Missing Indigenous Women)
    Leilani Clark
    Enrique “Q” Garcia Naranjo (Spoken Futures)

    Intertribal dances: 630pm
    Round Dance in honor of Missing Indigenous Peoples and Women. (Toby Jose)
    Ryan Pinto – Grass Dance (hopi/omaha/ute)
    Santiago Stanton – Smoke Dance (yaqui)

    Spoken Word: 6:45pm
    Shay Jimenez

    Danza: 7pm
    Calpolli Teoxicalli