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Indigenous and Afro-Latina Women to Meet for Media Exchange | News | teleSUR English: It is the second time that the event is organized with the intention to create a meeting space for Indigenous and Afro-Latina women to learn and exchange from each other’s experiences when standing at the intersections of gender, race and ethnicity in the media world.

“We are going to have various tables that will invoke challenges to Indigenous women; how to send messages from our collectivity, from the people we belong to, the organization we are from, and the commitments we have in the spaces that are communicative,” Guadalupe Mart�nez, co-organizer of the event, told NotiMex.

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