April 04, 2012: Performance by Julieta Paredes Carvajal


The Hemispheric Institute, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies present

From the Ancestral Red to the Red of ‘Suma Qhamaña’

A Performance by Julieta Paredes Carvajal

“Based on color, body work, poetry and song, this performance explores the recuperation of the memory of the struggles of our grandmothers.”

Unless otherwise indicated, all Creative Activism Thursday events will be held at:

  • Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 6:30pm
  • Performance Studies Studio
  • 721 Broadway, 6th Floor
  • Performance will be in Spanish, some translation provided. Free, photo id required.


Julieta Paredes Carvajal is an Aymara lesbian and communitarian feminist. She is a founding member of the ‘Mujeres Creando’ (Women Creating),  Mujeres creando comunidad (Women Creating Community), and of the Assembly of Communitarian Feminism. She lives in in La Paz, Bolivia, a place where a hope-inspiring political process is currently taking place. She is a writer, singer and anti-patriarchal poet.