Fri, Sep 04 | Online Event

Caribbean Kitchen Magic for Immunity & Anti-Viral Care

Catherine offers the wisdoms of our abuelitas, nanas, grannies, and crones before us on how to survive and nurture life. In this workshop they have outlined some common herbs, spices and plants found in Caribbean homes that can keep our health vital and speed our recovery process.
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Caribbean Kitchen Magic for Immunity & Anti-Viral Care

Time & Location

Sep 04, 2020, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Online Event

About the Event

We are blessed to have Catherine Feliz (they/them) an interdisciplinary artist, medicine person, writer, archivist, and full spectrum doula born and raised in NYC present their knowledge of local and carribean kitchen magic for immunity and antiviral care.

Their medicine path is indebted to their mother, grandmother, and ancestral spirits who have shared their wisdoms intimately tied with the sacred landscape and histories of the Bahoruco mountains of Kiskeya Ayiti.

Catherine offers the wisdoms of our abuelitas, nanas, grannies, and crones before us on how to survive and nurture life. In this workshop they have outlined some common herbs, spices and plants found in Caribbean homes that can keep our health vital and speed our recovery process.

Their lineages are from Quisqueya Ayiti, but this workshop aims to be as inclusive as possible. The plants featured can be found in your local supermarket. To encourage our resource-wise ways and deeper connection to land they also include plants that live with us here on Lenape Land (NYC and beyond) who were here before, and will hopefully continue to be after us.

About Our Presenter

Catherine Feliz (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist, medicine person, writer, archivist, and full spectrum doula born and raised in NYC (occupied Lenape territory). Their medicine path is indebted to their mother, grandmother, and ancestral spirits whom have shared their wisdoms intimately tied with the sacred landscape and histories of the Bahoruco mountains of Kiskeya Ayiti. Catherine’s identities as a queer, first-generation, bi-lingual, intuitive, Afro-Latinx inform their everyday magical practice of bridging different worlds together with the support of plant allies. Abuela Taught Me, a pop up botanica co-founded with Cleopatra Tatabele, is born out of the ethic that love is revolutionary when in action. Catherine is also a founding member of Homecoming, a QTBIPOC radical care collective.

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