Celebration of International Immigrants Day

SECOND GATHERING OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE TO COMMEMORATE HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
& INTERNATIONAL DAY OF IMMIGRANTS.

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Sunday December 17th, 2:30pm – 6:00pm
SEIU Local 503. 6401 SE Foster Rd. Portland OR,
(Corner of SE Foster and 64th)

Share in a discussion of the struggles of indigenous communities worldwide and in the US. Also, we?ll talk about current negotiations at the United Nations on these issues.

Special Guest: Jose Matus of the Indigenous Alliance Without Borders will talk about his experience with the struggles of Native American communities against the militarization of the border and the building of the fence between Mexico and the US.

Other indigenous speakers from Abia Ayala (Quechua for the continent named ?America? by Spanish settlers) will share their challenges in a reality of exclusion, racism, discrimination, and xenophobia.

We, Indigenous Peoples are not immigrants in our own continent. Our ancestors walked and lived throughout Mesoamerica and never built any fence.

Enjoy an exchange of indigenous foods – bring a dish from your culture to share.
DJ Sonido Usumacinta will spin traditional music! Don?t miss it!

ORGANIZED BY: AFSC, VOZ Day Laborer Project, Latino Network, OCIMO, School of Leaders Magdalena Mora. And supported by Portland Immigrants Rights Coalition & Social Activist Youth

For more info. (503) 230-9427 (503) 233-6787