This panel explores the multilayered and complex process of immigration of Latinx Indigenous peoples, particularly that of Indigenous women and children, and the communities of belonging created in the United States by Indigenous migrants. Speakers: Shannon Speed (Chickasaw, Director, UCLA American Indian Studies Center), Brenda Nicolas (Zapotec, UCLA), Alison Krogel (specializes in Quechua poetry and migration in Colorado, University of Denver). Jose Malvido (University of Arizona)

Moderator: Leila Gómez


Time: 3:30pm - 4:30pm 

Date: Tuesday, March 12

Location: Museum of Natural History - CU