Natural healing can take many forms. These days, the Latin American curandera is re-emerging in the US, after generations of going underground. On this edition, producer Erica Hellerstein takes us on a journey to identity through an ancient medicinal practice.

Special thanks to Claire Schoen, Atava Garcia Swiecicki, Lauren Villa, Sandra Pacheco, and the members of the Sol Collective.

Featuring:
Lauren Villa, UC Berkeley Graduate Student; Atava Swiecicki Garcia, Healer; Sandra Pacheco, Healer and Professor of Chicana Latina Indigenous Studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies; Patricia Torres, owner of Mystical Collections; Anna, Psychotherapist and Sol Collective Member; Lauren Villa s father.

ON Making Contact | July 10, 2014 | 12:30 pm

Embracing the Elements: Curanderismo

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Natural healing can take many forms. These days, the Latin American curandera is re-emerging in the US, after generations of going underground. On this edition, producer Erica Hellerstein takes us on a journey to identity through an ancient medicinal practice.

Special thanks to Claire Schoen, Atava Garcia Swiecicki, Lauren Villa, Sandra Pacheco, and the members of the Sol Collective.

Featuring:
Lauren Villa, UC Berkeley Graduate Student; Atava Swiecicki Garcia, Healer; Sandra Pacheco, Healer and Professor of Chicana Latina Indigenous Studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies; Patricia Torres, owner of Mystical Collections; Anna, Psychotherapist and Sol Collective Member; Lauren Villa s father.

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