13: Chiquitasode: What Can I Do to Support You?

On this chiquitasode, Cynthia and Yvette speak with Fátima, a social worker that embodies the harm reduction framework. Fátima shares an overview of harm reduction, why it’s important to respect the bodies and decisions of her clients, and how she lives harm reduction outside of her work. Importantly, everything we know about harm reduction comes from healing/resistance practices by black/indigenous queer/trans people of color and sex workers. We honor their knowledge and contributions in this episode.

You can follow Fátima on twitter @kabronapower

Thanks to @romobeats for the intro tune!
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Transition song: Ryan Little – Lucy’s Song


Harm Reduction

You can read about the principles of harm reduction here.

Here you can download an article that talks about expanding the harm reduction framework from drug use to sex work.


Shout Out: Ni Aquí Ni Allá

Read their call for artists and project description here! Here’s some info from one of their creative team members:

“Ni Aquí Ni Allá” is a multimedia performance and installation giving voice to Atlanta’s Latinx community.

We will revisit our childhood memories, our family traditions, our spiritual roots through a lens polished with subversion and decolonization. These are the moments that colored our lives and firmly grounded us in the cultures and narratives we have become geographically removed from. Ni Aquí Ni Allá is a window onto a vital facet of American culture, and we welcome people of all backgrounds to indulge our uniquely American blend of Latin cultures and traditions, uprooted and replanted. Through nostalgia and symbolic repurposing, Ni Aquí Ni Allá is a space for defining, decolonizing, and reclaiming our Latinx identity in all of its prismatic splendor. Come into our home, listen to our stories colored in Spanglish, perreo if the mood strikes you.

This project is supported in-part through an investment from IDEA CAPITAL, a community-based pool of funds created by and for the Atlanta arts community and in part by the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs.

Follow them on the insta!

CALL FOR ARTISTS! Link in bio (English + Español) We are seeking artists who identify as Latinx, Latino/Latina, Afro Latinx, Afro Latino/Afro Latina, Hispanic, Chicanx, Chicano/Chicana to present original works that speak to their Latinidad. Estamos buscando artistxs que identifican como Latinx*, Latino/Latina, Afro Latinx, Afro Latino/Afro Latina, Hispanx, Hispano/Hispana, Chicanx, Chicano/Chicana a presentar obras originales que hablan a su Latinidad. #NANAAtl #niaquiniallaatl #latinx #latinxart #latinxartists #latinxartshow #latinxcreate #latinxpride #latinxpoets #latinxtheatreartists #artistas #performanceart #artatl #atlantaart #film #spokenword #text #photogrpahy #digitalmedia #drawing #painting #printmedia #zines

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