Celebrating International Womyn’s Day: Honoring Mother Nature

Honoring Mother Nature

TINGÓ: Grita Fuerte presentsCelebrating International Womyn’s Day: Honoring Mother Nature

The importance of the International Women’s Day which is celebrated on March 8 is to represent the power of womyn coming together to end abuse, oppression and inequality against womyn. And, the struggle still alive but womyn keep fighting back for respect, acknowledgement and to stop violence against womyn. We must continue working together to reclaim our voice.

This year we are honoring Mother Nature/Madre Tierra for blessing us everyday, guiding us and giving us a beautiful land to live.

This year we are having live music, henna, an Afro-fusion of Belly Dance, poetry, Open mic, natural products and jewelry for sell, the short clip on Isabelita’s documentary and more.

Featuring artists:
*LC The Poet,
*Artista La Negra
*Tania Molina
*Tatiana Morales
*Melissa Montero Padilla
*DIVINE DESIGNS for the (god’is) in you
*Budaris DanceCompany
*La Pearl Noire
*Sayida Self
*Harrabic Tubman from Existence is Resistance
*Vaimoana Litia Makakaufaki Niumeitolu
*Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Quetzacoatl
* Tania Romero
* Marthalicia Matarrita
and more.

Thank you to all the organizers that are supporting to put this event together. And Thank you to Camaradas for always being a bridge in our community.

Suggested donation: $5 to $25 ( no one will be turn away for lack of funds.(funds are going towards a womyn’s book to honor Mamá Tingó)

March 15, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm to 11:00pm
Place: Camaradas:
2241 First Avenue at 115th Street • El Barrio, NYC 10029 • (212) 348-2703 •

More Information: tingogritafuerte@gmail.com/Weyu 646-548 8282

TINGO’s strong messages make us reflect upon what kind of society we want to live in and the legacy we want our children to behold. Some of the organizers share this beautiful and powerful message that reads: “Its purpose is to create the platform for Afro Womyn to reclaim our culture, traditions and rituals through the power of sharing, organizing and building for the present-future generations. Its belief is that going back to the roots of our cultures, we can embrace our free being, impact our reality and transform ourselves. By serving as a channel for culture, art, and solidarity work, TINGO´ is building the yola/boat that will take us to a ride to engage into the conversation to celebrate who we are as Afro womyn, our role to create bridges of equality in this capitalist society and to connect all African descendant in one voice.”
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Ttraducción en española

Celebración del Día Internacional de Mujer: Honrando a la Madre Naturaleza

La importancia del Día Internacional de la Mujer que se celebra el 8 de marzo es para representar el poder de la mujer que se unen para acabar con el abuso, la opresión y la desigualdad encontra de la mujer. Y esta lucha sigue vive pero las mujeres seguimos luchando por el respeto, el reconocimiento y poner fin a la violencia contra la mujer. Tenemos que seguir trabajando juntos para recuperar nuestra voz.

Este año estamos honrando a la Madre Naturaleza por bendecirnos todos los días, guíarnos y por darnos alojamiento en su casa para vivir.

Este año vamos a tener música en vivo, henna, una fusión Afro-de danza del vientre,poesía, micrófono abierto, productos naturales y artesania para vender, el corto documental sobre Isabelita y mucho más.

Artistas Con:
* LC El Poeta,
* Artista La Negra
* Tania Molina
* Tatiana Morales
* Melissa Montero Padilla
* Designios divinos para la (god’is) en que
* Budaris DanceCompany
* La Perla Negra
* Auto Sayida
* Harrabic Tubman de existencia es la resistencia
* Vaimoana Litia Makakaufaki Niumeitolu
* Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Quetzacoatl
* Tania Romero
* Marthalicia Matarrita
y más.

¡Gracias a todos los organizadores que están apoyando para llevar a cabo este evento. Y gracias a camaradas por ser siempre un puente en nuestra comunidad.

Donación sugerida: $ 5 a $ 25 (nadie sera devuelto por faltas de fondos) (los fondos recaudados van hacia un libro de mujeres honorando a Mamá Tingó).

15 de marzo 2013
Hora: 6:30pm hasta 11:00pm
Lugar: camaradas:
2241 Primera Avenida y la calle 115a • El Barrio, Nueva York 10029 • (212) 348 a 2703 •

Más información: tingogritafuerte@gmail.com / Weyu 646-548 8282

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