The Scientist Is In: Rarámuri Indigenous Culture Today

Thursday, April 8, 2021

An array of Tarahumara objects, including bowls, bows, arrows, and weavings. D. Eiler/© AMNH

Join an exciting conversation about Rarámuri (Tarahumara) Indigenous culture from the state of Chihuahua in Mexico with Museum archivist Barbara Mathe, Mexican ethnologist Sabina Aguilera, artist and agroecologist Fernando García-Dory, curator Sofia Mariscal, and Rarámuri artists and activists María Luisa Chacarito and Adolfo Fierro. This family-friendly program will feature highlights from the Museum's archival collection of photographs of the Rarámuri and insights about this thriving contemporary culture.

How to Watch

Join the Facebook watch party on Thursday, April 8, at 2 pm ET, or view on this page at the designated time.

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