The Frantz Fanon Community Strategy Center 310 Grove Avenue Prescott, Arizona 



The deadline to register is Friday, April 5th, 2019 


   LIVE MUSIC​ - APRIL 20TH 2019

"We are Rebel Diaz. Somos hermanos- RodStarz and G1- who grew up in Chicago and came up in The South Bronx. Somos hijos de political refugees from Chile who fled a CIA-funded dictatorship in the 1970s. Revolution raised us, and the culture of Hip-Hop provided us our own Nueva Cancion. We've been doing rebel rap since the Clinton era, sharing our story and those of our people; el barrio, the hood, the poor, los inmigrantes. Our bilingual sound has been shaped by pieces of South American folk, house, and latin percussion gettin down with boom-bap breaks and 808s.


& More TBA!


2019 Cliffrose Convergence April 19th-21st  


Friday the 19th

Opening 4:00-6:00 (Rm. Cottonwood A)

Land Acknowledgement and Blessing

Setting the tone & historical moment

Logistics and Intentions


Dinner 6:00- 7:00 (Rm. Ironwood C)

Creative House Indigenous Warriors Alliance (CHIWA)

Circle Discussion - What does it mean to be building a collective future? Resilience, Networking


Keynote Speaker 7:00-8:00 (Rm. Cottonwood A)

Contradictions of Anti-fascism on Occupied Indigenous Land

Mike Goodluck


Expanded Schedule Saturday the 20th

Breakfast 8:00-9:00 (Rm. Ironwood C) - Lil’ AFU

Welcoming at 8:45 (Rm. Ironwood C) - Alexis Vigil


Keynote Speaker 9:15-10:15 (Cottonwood A)

Lesley Anne-Brown


Activity Block 10:30-11:45


  • Panel Room (Rm. Cottonwood A)

Ending The War on Drugs: Beyond Walls and Cages (Facilitator - Nick Pantlibuton)

Turiya Coll

Zoe Hammer

Shomari Jackson


  • Panel Room (Ironwood D)

Are they really your streets? -- Contradictions of Anti-fascism in Indian Country


  • Self-Defense Training (Amphitheatre)

Gerald Askew


  • Art and Healing Room (Rm. Ironwood A)

Zine-making Workshop

Alexis Vigil & Kye Davolt


Lunch 12:00-1:00 (Ironwood C) - Lil’ AFU


Activity Block 1:15- 3:45 PM


  • Panel Room (Cottonwood A)  

From Latin America to the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands: Connections between Climate Change, U.S. Imperialism and Migration  Facilitator - Sergio)

Michelle Banks

Devora Gonzalez

Rodd Stars



  • Workshop Room (Rm. Ironwood D)

Phoenix Urban Health Collective Street Medic Training - PUC

Jason Anthony


  • Art and Healing room (Ironwood A)

Art + Activism

Chip Thomas & Thea Gahr


Dinner 6:00-7:00 (Ironwood C)

Provided by Creative House Indigenous Warriors Alliance (CHIWA)


Concert  8:00-12:00 (Sam Hill Building)

Brittini Ward

Seta & Cody

Rebel Diaz

Deep Crates


Sunday the 21st  

Breakfast  9:00- 11:00 (Ironwood C)  - Lil’ AFU


Tabling space 9:30 -11:00 (Location- TBA)


Closing  11:00- 12:00 (Cottonwood A)

Closing statements


SWAN (Southwest Anarchist Collective): Networking - {Facilitator: Cassidy and Elea}

Poetry by Alexis Vigil & Brittini Ward

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