Makota Valdina Pinto, Candomble Elder Priestess from Salvador Bahia will give a talk on “Afro-Brazilian Religion and Environmental Justice: Orishas, Nkisis and the World”. Makota Valdina is a specialist in the ritual and herbal medicine of Candomble. She is also an educator and social justice activist. She is an extraordinarily dynamic speaker and a great philosopher of African Indigenous Religious traditions in the diaspora.
Article by Dr. Rachel Elizabeth Harding
Makota Valdina Pinto
Tuesday, April 5 · 1:30pm – 4:30pm
St. Francis Center, Auraria Campus