What do we want from our next Senator?
Eve Reyes-Aguirre, Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate, is coming to Prescott College’s Fanon Center this Saturday for a direct Q-&-A session.
Reyes-Aguirre’s discussion/dialog is open to all, from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18. The Frantz Fanon Community Strategy Center has recently moved to the Ironwood Building, 310 Grove Ave., on the Prescott College campus.
Learn the pillars of the Green Party, and how these values differ from business-as-usual as Reyes-Aguirre addresses real people’s interests.
She has dedicated her life to advocacy for political and social well-being, specifically through grassroots organizing. Two decades ago she moved to Arizona from East L.A., and works from the Tonatierra Cultural Center in Phoenix. She is a delegate to the annual UN Forum on Indigenous Issues, and she serves as co-chair of the Global Indigenous Women’s Caucus. Also she is cofounding Mother of the new World Indigenous Women’s Alliance.