Tag: indigenous rights

  • Art for Palestine

    Art for Palestine

    I’ve been working on some art and accessories for the past few months to sell at mutual aid markets for Palestine Have also been playing around with handmade accessories using shrinky dinks, beads, clear vinyl and glitter, and air dray clay. I also have some items made a while back with plans to sell but…

  • Palestina Libre

    Palestina Libre

    This is a re-do of an old scratchboard piece, illustrating a quote by Mahmoud Darwish , considered Palestine’s national poet. Quote reads “It is possible for prison walls to disappear. For the cell to become a distant land without frontiers” Landscape at the bottom is inspired by Palestinian landscape with olive trees

  • Ch’upiri Jimbaŋi

    Ch’upiri Jimbaŋi

    This is a remake of a piece from 2019 for a 30 Days of Indigenous Art challenge This is my small way to honor and reclaim my P’urhrépecha ancestry. So many feels but getting to this point has come with lots of unlearning anti-indigenous sentiments that are a huge part of mexican culture/society (as well…

  • Active Bringing Together

    Active Bringing Together

    This was a piece made with gouache on mixed media paper, and thread It is a commentary on how racial capitalism thrives on separating us from our selves, each other, the collective and the earth, and thus the active bringing together it requires, our responsibility to ourselves and one another

  • Samir Vive

    Samir Vive

    This is a piece in memory of/honoring Samir Flores Soberanes, who was a Nahua human rights defender from the community of Amilcingo, and former member of “The People’s Front in Defence of the Land and Water for the states of Morelos, Puebla and Tlaxcala”. He was murdered by the mexican government for speaking out/standing up…