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AIM member Dresda Mendez will be conducting a workshop in Mexico

A white poster with a photograph of Dresda cropped in a circle. The photo shows a skin-lightened women with straight brown hair down to the chin and wearing red lipstick looking directly at the camera. Under the photograph there is a Spanish-written legend that reads: “Dresda E. Méndez de la Brena, Doctora en Estudios de las Mujeres, Universidad de Granada, España. Postdoctoral researcher, Universidad de Concordia, Canada.” The logos of the Access in the Making Lab, AIM Lab, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada are displayed in the left corner at the bottom of the image. On the right, the title and description of the workshop are written in two different colours.  

AIM postdoctoral fellow Dresda Mendez will be conducting a community workshop in Mexico. The workshop is entitled: “This world called my back: Tracing stories of pain, narrating their resistance,” organized by Cidhal, a feminist community education organization. Using body mapping and storytelling methods, women will be reflecting around the body, territory, illness, disability, environment, and resistance.