Sandra Braga will speak on her work as a leader of CONAQ and an activist of the Black feminist quilombola cause and struggle for environmental rights.
Sandra Braga holds a Bachelors degree in Tourism. She is the Executive Coordinator of the National Coordination of Articulation of Quilombos (CONAQ) and State Coordinator of COEAQ - GO. She is a rural farmer, part of the Black Coalition for Rights, the CONAQ Black Women's Collective, and a militant of the Black feminist quilombola cause and the struggle for environmental rights. Leadership and belonging to Quilombo Mesquita in the State of Goiás.
Hosted faculty by the Penn-Mellon Just Futures Postdoctoral Fellow Paulo Ramos.