This Tuesday, I was interviewed for KPFA’s La Raza Chronicles. I was invited to speak about the work of Dignidad Rebelde and to tell the story of how I became a political printmaker. It was tough because I was getting sick and had a hard time talking. It felt like I had an elephant in my throat. I think it ends of sounding like I was nervous but I felt pretty comfortable…except for the elephant in my throat.

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This week’s program includes: conversations on politics, art poetry and music with:

o Oakland Rising, a community organization that works in Oakland to build a permanent political/electoral infrastructure.

o Melanie Cervantes of Dignidad Rebelde. This prolific and gifted artist, along with Jesus Barraza produces beautiful and important posters.

o Noted DJ Jose Ruiz presents a set of Musica Latina.