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Movimientos presents

Mexican Earthquake Fundraising Fiesta

Friday 1 December
Main Space
From £8.00
to £13.00
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member

In a nutshell

Latin music event and fiesta fundraising for victims of Mexico’s recent earthquakes.

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Following the two major earthquakes that hit Mexico earlier this year, Movimientos is organising a fundraiser party to support the victims and the rebuilding process. London based Latino artists are coming together to support Mexico’s recovery; Bachata City and rapper Mike Kalle will be bringing positive energy and music to the fiesta. There will also be Mexican food from Pacificomx.co.uk & Mexican games, arts & crafts.

Who's Involved

Bachata City is a London based Latin music band, bringing salsa rhythms, bachata beats and tropical vibes to the stage!

Mike Kalle is a Colombian Londoner rapper who brings Latin London to life through buzzing hip hop.

Atlachinolli Aztec Dance

Mestizo folclore dance group

Supported by Movimientos Jaguar Despierto, Alborada, Wall of Hope London & London Mexico Solidarity Group

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'Rich Mix is a vital space to showcase new music, and music with a message and to provide a place for those who appreciate and identify with Latin music to comfortably enjoy this experience. Rich Mix does not discriminate and provides a space for diverse global experiences in London. This is why Rich Mix matters.'

Find out more

Website: movimientos.org.uk

More information on the rebuilding process going on in Mexico following the earthquake: https://www.nytimes.com/video/world/americas/100000005454168/mexico-earthquake-survivor-jojutla.html 

Donating to: 
Consejo Nacional Indígena / The National Indigenous Congress was established in 1996, with the intention of being the home of all indigenous peoples. This organization emerged as the place "where the original peoples found the space of reflection and solidarity to strengthen our struggles of resistance and rebellion, with our own forms of organization, representation and decision-making." Their struggle is characterized by being "down, left and anti-capitalist."

The Indigenous Council of Government of this organization is integrated by a woman and a man of each language of the different regions where the towns, tribes and nations that conforms to the CNI are. They are calling for the rebuilding of indigenous peoples who were hit by the earthquakes in Chiapas, Oaxaca, Puebla, Guerrero, Morelos, Estado de México, Veracruz and Mexico City.

https://www.congresonacionalindigena.org/

Things you should know

For ages 18+

This event is wheelchair accessible.