Bajo Tierra Museo del Agua

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 - 3:00pm
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Organizador: Educación Colaborativa
Claudia Elvira Romero,

El Museo Bajo Tierra es un proyecto que busca poner el saber académico y popular al servicio de la acción ecológica en favor de la vida en la ciudad de Querétaro, a través del arte para la transformación social. Somos una comunidad creativa de personas académicas, artistas y activistas trabajando de forma colaborativa para la conservación y defensa de nuestro territorio.

Nuestro trabajo se enfoca en generar capacidades locales para

· Reconocer críticamente el territorio en su geografía e historia.· Dimensionar causa-efectos de la crisis climática y concebir alternativas frente a ella.· Integrar capacidades para la exigencia de derechos, particularmente al agua, al medio ambiente sano, a la salud y a la ciudad.

 

Upcoming Forums & Films

Monday, July 22, 2024 - 1:00pm
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Robert Meeropol
Location:
Join in person at the Hotel Quinta Loreto Community Room or via Zoom

71 years after the U. S. Government executed Ethel and Julius Rosenberg on charges of “conspiring to steal the secret of the atomic bomb,” is Ethel Rosenberg finally about to be exonerated?

Robert Meeropol, the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, was six years old in 1953 when his parents were executed. In the 1970s, he... Read more

Monday, August 5, 2024 - 1:00pm
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Book Party
Cynthia Yoder
Location:
Join in person at the Hotel Quinta Loreto Community Room or via Zoom

Cynthia Yoder's memoir tells her story of working in a new university in Palestine during a time of political strife and upheaval. She describes the joys of life in Palestine against the backdrop of military occupation and the second intifada, which began soon after she arrived in 2000. Rather than give political analysis, the book... Read more

Monday, August 12, 2024 - 1:00pm
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Vijay Prashad
Location:
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Each year, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) releases its World Migration Report.  In 2000, it wrote that “it is estimated that there are more migrants in the world than ever before.” Between 1985 and 1990, the IOM calculated, that the rate... Read more