The Rarámuri are the First Nation People of the Sierra Tarahumara in Chihuahua, Mexico. They live in remote villages in the Sierra and in the canyons, also known as the Copper Canyon.
Kari Rarámuri (House of the Rarámuri) is a community based group that supports Kari Igomari Niwara, (House of the Women), a Rarámuri women’s society. The society was formed by Rarámuri women in 1992 to counteract the social exclusion and discrimination they felt due to the fact that they were women, poor, and indigenous people. The society has a variety of projects which work to preserve the Rarámuri culture and improve their lives by developing women as leaders, educating their communities, and raising money.
Kari Rarámuri believes in kórima (sharing) with this first nation.
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Kari Rarámuri is fiscally sponsored by the Latgawa Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, #93-0804051. All contributions are tax-deductible.
If you would like to help donate, please send your tax-deductible contributions by check payable to: José Rodríguez
610 Lincoln Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
Att: Jose Rodriguez