Meet the Artists: Decolonizing Street Art

Meet the Artists: Decolonizing Street Art

Unceded Voices is the second annual anti-colonial convergence of Indigenous and women of color, in Tiotia: ke (so called Montréal), unceded Kanien’kéhá:ka (Mohawk) and Algonquin territories, who reclaimed public space to share their art-works. Check out the first...
Dignidad Rebelde at Stanford Raza Day

Dignidad Rebelde at Stanford Raza Day

MECHa de Standford is hosting their 25th Annual Raza Day, where they host students, parents, and educators from all over the Bay area for an all day conference meant to inspire high school students, especially those who have been marginalized, to pursue higher...
Josefina Fierro De Bright

Josefina Fierro De Bright

Chicana/o studies was borne of the efforts of the Third World Liberation Front (TWLF) Student Strike at Berkeley in January-March, 1969, which resulted in the establishment of the first Ethnic Studies departments in the U.S. In my first year at community college, in...
Rest In Power Reies Lopez Tijerina

Rest In Power Reies Lopez Tijerina

I think the greatest thing that I learned from Reies Lopez Tijerina is that the struggle to take back our lands must always continue in which ever way possible. To work towards a world where indigenous people can have autonomy on their ancestral lands. RIP Que Viva La...
Eviction Zone

Eviction Zone

This street sign was installed at the corner of 24th and Folsom in the SF Mission District last May 2014. It stayed up for about two weeks before they were taken down. SIGN READS: Eviction Zone<- 1 Square Mile -> In 1 square mile from this point there have been...
Ayotzinapa a Juarez

Ayotzinapa a Juarez

Download poster here: Ayotzinapa A Juarez Poster They were taken alive we want them returned alive.” This message has resonated with me deeply as the story of 43 disappeared male identified students from Ayotzinapa hit the media. They were disappeared after...