As a small art collective Dignidad Rebelde works diligently to create work that translates people’s stories into art that can be put back into the hands of the communities who inspire it. We have printed thousands of posters since we started –many of which have reached the streets as pickets signs, reached schools as tools for education and reached community organizations as reflections of unity and solidarity. We do this work as grassroots artists whose love for our communities and struggles drive our work every day. We do this work by reaching into our pockets to sustain and fund the work we do to make sure the people have access to this art.
We don't make big bucks from this work. We reach into our pockets and pull out what we can to keep this going. We do it because life is too short to live without justice and love and this method of making art for the people is the best way we know to help in the work. We believe we can be stronger and more responsive when we have the support from our communities... those communities who we, in turn, support with art and are asking for your help today.