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The Duke Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies is pleased to present Qapariyninchik/Our Voice, Our Cry:  Linguistic Justice in the Americas Series, Part I, March 25-29, 2024.  For decades CLACS has supported efforts of the revitalization and reclamation of Indigenous languages a in the Americas.  This series is a small effort to share via academic, documentary, and artistic forms the fact that Indigenous languages of Latin America and the Caribbean, are strong and striving thanks to collaborative linguistic activism and efforts.  Join us to be immersed in multiple ways to see and experience the world, because languages matter, as they are builders of worlds.
CLACS se complace en presentar Qapariyninchik/Nuestra Voz, Nuestro Grito: Serie de Justicia Lingüística en las Américas, Parte I, del 25 al 29 de marzo de 2024. Durante décadas, CLACS ha apoyado los esfuerzos de revitalización y reclamación de las lenguas indígenas en las Américas. Esta serie es una muestra para compartir mediante trabajo académicos, documentales y artísticos el hecho de que las lenguas indígenas de América Latina y el Caribe se fortalecen y prosperan gracias al activismo lingüístico colaborativo y a los esfuerzos conjuntos. Únase a nosotros para sumergirse en múltiples maneras de ver y experimentar el mundo, porque las lenguas importan, ya que son creadoras de mundos.


THU, MARCH 07 | JUEVES, 7 DE MARZO | Rubenstein Arts Center Film Theater, 7 p.m.

Film: EAMI. Dir. Paz Encina. Paraguay. 2022. 83 min. Spanish, Ayoreo, Guaraní.

MON, MARCH 25 | LUNES, 25 DE MARZO | Friedl 107. Duke East Campus. 5:30 pm.

A Contested Caribbean Indigeneity: Language, Social Practice, and Identity within Puerto Rican Taíno Activism.
Dr. Sherina Feliciano-Santos, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan

Followed by reception. 6:30 pm.

TU, MARCH 26 | MARTES, 26 DE MARZO | John Hope Franklin Center, Room 240, Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall. 6:00 pm. 

Mukí Sopalírili Algué Gawichí Nirúgame “La Mujer de Estrellas y Montañas | The Woman of Stars and Mountains. With producer/editor Javier Campos López.

Light refreshments will be served. 

THU, MARCH 28 | JUEVES, 28 DE MARZO | John Hope Franklin Center, Room 240, Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall. 6:00 pm.

Amerindian Language Justice Short Films. With Female Indigenous Filmmakers.

Light refreshments will be served.

FRI, MARCH 29 | VIERNES, 29 DE MARZO | Richard White Auditorium. Duke East Campus.
6:00 pm.

Concert. Music, Movement & Rapping in Indigenous Languages: Liberato Kani (Perú), Kamikal (Guatemala) & Tijeras. Music, movement & rapping in Quechua and Kaqchikel Maya.

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