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Scapi Radio 02.19.18 Denise Yvette Serna

We sit down with Denise Yvette Serna to talk about oppressive white colonization, historical revisionism of Mayan culture, building art from the space between mythology and accurate historical context, Homeset and creating a space for artists to experiment, and snow-ruined shoes

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Daniel Johanson (he/him) is a journalist and digital media specialist living in Chicago, Illinois. He serves as Editor-in-Chief at Scapi and in that capacity manages all things content, including writing and editing articles and producing digital content. His most recent work includes the docuseries Heart of a Nation: Tracking Socialism in the Midwest and co-hosting the podcast Scapi Radio. He spends his free time with cats.

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