Katherin Canton (they/them), based on occupied Nisenan, Maidu, and Miwuk land
(Sacramento, CA), was raised on Yelamu (occupied Ramaytush Ohlone land/San
Francisco) and Huichin (occupied Lisjan Ohlone land/Oakland). Katherin is
detribalized GuateMayan, a weaver, cultural organizer, caregiver, spreadsheet and
checklist enthusiast, and a facilitator of magic. They co-create healing containers for leadership
development. They envision a reindigenized world, one that centers the liberation and self-determination of all two spirit, queer, trans, black, indigenous, people of color. Thank you ancestors for guiding my steps.
MARIANA AQ'AB'AL MOSCOSO
Mariana Aq'ab'al Moscoso (they/them/theirs) is a nonbinary indigenous queer of detribalized Achi (Maya), Nicānāhuac, and Afro-indigenous roots living on the occupied lands of the Nisenan, Maidu, and Miwok known by its colonial name, Sacramento, California. They are a cultural strategist, liberation doula, facilitator, storyteller, cultural practitioner, digital artist, budding graphic designer, and zine maker that centers Maya Cosmology. Mariana is the child of courageous parents that fled imperialist wars, and they are a solo parent to a magically creative daughter. They are a co-visionary of Toj + Tijax: The Ritual of Myth Making, an indigenous queer healing space, while also working as the Associate Director of Artist Leadership at The Center for Cultural Power.