Tzutu Kan, Maya Hip Hop

Tzutu Kan, Maya Hip HopJoin us for TZUTU KAN Maya Hip Hop

Thursday, November 15 (presentation at 4pm, followed by performance)
Kresge Town Hall

Co-sponsored by: American Indian Resource Center, Division of Student Success, Department of Linguistics, Humanities Institute, Chicanx/Latinx Resource Center, and Research Center for the Americas.

TZUTU KAN, hailing from what the Maya considered the belly button of the Universe-Lake Atitlan in central Guatemala highlands- is a painter, sculptor, bio-builder, activist in the defense of native peoples, and hip hop artist who lays down rhymes in the ancient Mayan languages of Tz"utujil, Kaqchikel, and K'ichee'.