Patricia Juarez / Chicueyi-Coatl has been a visiting scholar at the UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies department and has co-taught the department’s course Spirituality as Resistance. She has been invited to present her lecture on Anahuacan Counting of Time at places such as: UC Berkeley Multicultural Center, UC Berkeley Indigenous Night of Resistance, Woodland Community College’s Ethnic Studies course, Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland, CTM Risco in México City, Cetiliztli Nauhcampa Dance Group in New York, Cultura y Bienestar program in Oakland, among other places. She has developed and presented other lectures such as “The Tlemaitl (Incense Holder) in the Danza-Mexica Tradition”, “Anahuacan Cosmovision”, etc. She is currently developing the curriculum of the Calmecac Huey Papalotl, a Higher Ed Anahuacan Institution with the purpose to teach, maintain and spread the Anahuacan Cosmovision.
As a practitioner of Mexica Traditional Knowledge and Ceremonies Patricia / Chicueyi-Coatl currently carries the Primera Palabra of the Calpulli Huey Papalotl from Berkeley, a cultural, educational, and Danza Mexica circle with the purpose to bring Anahuacan Ceremonies, Tradition and Culture to the Indigenous/Latin@/Chican@ groups of Northern California. She founded Calpulli Huey Papalotl in early October 2013.