Thu, May 21
Coyolxauhqui and The Modern Fragmented Cihuatl (Muxer): Colonialism, Eating Disorders, and Celebrating Perseverance
Merging hidden indigenous knowledge with eating disorder healing practices, participants will learn the story of Coyolxauhqui-known as the Mexica moon goddess-and how she symbolizes current IIDW’s fragmented relationship with food and body.
Tue, Apr 14
Virtual Community Talking Circle For Those Having To Go Back Home To Toxic Family During COVID-19
Community-based peer talking circle for folks to vent, feel seen, and share resources. Must be over 18 years of age. Talking circle will not be recorded. Participants must attend live online event in order to protect participants privacy. Thank you for understanding. Limited spots available.
Thu, Nov 14
Riverside, Coyolxauhqui and the Fragmented Muxer: Colonialism, Eating Disorders, and the Goddess Within
Contemporary eating disorder treatments fail to integrate ancestral knowledge and storytelling that can be vital for healing indigenous descended people with troubled eating - (an already underserved population).
Wed, Mar 27
Austin, TX Coyolxauhqui and the Fragmented Muxer: Colonialism, Eating Disorders, and the Goddess Within
This Nalgona Positivity Pride talk will use Coyolxauhqui’s -commonly known as the Aztec moon goddess- story and representation as a medium to better understand brown* womxn’s disarrayed relationship with food and spirit. We will pay homage to the womxn* before us and go over the different representa