ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A festival celebrating Indigenous pop culture has been postponed but you can still catch some of the action online.
Downtown Albuquerque was set to be the location for the five-day Indigi-pop event, formerly the Indigenous Comic-Con. Instead, some of the planned presenters are giving free digital workshops through Sunday.
You can follow the event on their Facebook page. It’s still unclear when the festival will happen.
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