A guided exploration and explanation into Mexico's folksaint of rebellion and activism, La Santa Muerte. As the unofficial patron saint of outcasts, criminals, self-empowered women, and the queer community, this death deity's reputation has often been slandered and sensationalized in the media, but come join Latinx author and Santa Muerte devotee Tomás Prower to go beyond the “outsider” stereotypes and assumptions and explore why Mexico's most maligned find this deity of Death as a refuge and utilize her power with revolutionary fervor to live proudly and unabashedly as their occult selves in heavily-Catholic Mexico.
|Time:||3:00 PM to 5:00 PM|
|Location:||Salem Witchcraft and Folklore Festival
Tomás Prower is the award-winning Latinx author of books on multicultural magic and mysticism, including Queer Magic and Morbid Magic. Fluent in English, French, and Spanish, he previously served as the cultural ...