Victoria Alondra

Born in Anáhuac (Mexico) but currently living in Mparntwe (Alice Springs, Northern Territory), Victoria speaks to her history as a refugee and migrant across two Western countries. Her experiences of forced removal, street violence and settler privileges have shaped her critique of power systems; using the neo-Zapatista framework as her foundation. She is passionate about decolonization through language, memory revitalization, food, healing practices and truth telling. Most importantly, as a settler in so-called Australia, she stands in solidarity with the unique struggles and resistance of First Nations people and considers herself a student with a long way to go.