Yuri Kochiyama

Yuri Kochiyama

On June 1, the world lost an amazing human being. The revolutionary Yuri Kochiyama passed away. Yuri was a survivor of the U.S government’s internment of Japanese Americans, a leader in the Asian liberation movement and a a comrade to Black liberation leaders...
AFL-CIO May Day Political Graphic

AFL-CIO May Day Political Graphic

On International Workers Memorial Day, workers around the world call for an end to deportations. #not1more#2million2many I was recently commissioned by the AFL-CIO to create this graphic for May Day/International Worker’s Day. I was enlivened by their stance on...
25 Years of American Cultures

25 Years of American Cultures

The American Cultures Center at UC Berkeley recently commissioned a poster to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the American Cultures requirement. As part of the process of developing the piece I interviewed students, staff and faculty about the role the students have...
Decolonizing Ethnic Studies

Decolonizing Ethnic Studies

The National Association for Ethnic Studies Association will be hosting it’s 42nd annual conference, “Research as Ceremony: Decolonizing Ethnic Studies” April 3rd-5th, 2014, Mills College. I am very happy to share the posters I was commissioned to...
Nde’ Land Defense

Nde’ Land Defense

For the past year I have been in conversation with Ndé (Lipan Apache) Land Defenders whose traditional territories have been encroached upon by the U.S government , historically the construction of the border wall, and contemporaneously through the ever increasing...