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Nasty Women Unite Fest
is a multi-day arts festival, bringing together artists of various disciplines and backgrounds, to foster a home for intersectional feminism. All proceeds raised by these events will be donated to the ACLU to continue to protect the rights of all people. We will also have speakers and panelists from prominent organizations lead by women, to help educate all of those involved on how to create more integrative, supportive and therefore effective activist communities.
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How diaspora movement is shaking up our relationship with the dancing body. If you are in LA, we HIGHLY recommend Dancing Diaspora.
“Diaspora is a beautiful word that signifies both place and displacement, connection and disconnection, past and future. This dance class seeks to translate these ideas into the body -- how can we embody principles of Afro-Latin dance practices while exploring our own unique expression? How can we simultaneously embrace rigor and instinct, tradition and creativity, ancestry and individuality? Moving away from European-derived dance values (the linearity of classical ballet, the myth of the neutral body in post-modern dance), dancers are encouraged to cultivate an intimate relationship with the ground, a mobile spine and expressive pelvis, social improvisation, playful musicality and circularity in their bodies”.- Marina Magalhães