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Dr. Christina M. Castro (she/her)

Three Sisters Collective
Dr. Christina M. Castro (Jemez/Taos/Xicana) is an Indigenous matriarch, writer, scholar, educator, community organizer, multidimensional artist, public speaker and more. She was born in Southern California to families impacted by both Spanish and American colonialism, including boarding school and federal Indian relocation policy. She currently resides in O’gha P’ogeh, Santa Fe, New Mexico within her traditional homelands. In 2017, Dr. Castro, co-founded Three Sisters Collective (3SC), an Indigenous-women led grassroots organization devoted to art, activism, education and community building. Dr. Castro received her doctorate degree from Arizona State University’s School of Social Transformation and Justice Studies in 2018 and is an independent consultant with Castro Consulting, LLC.

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