Documentary about Dr. Favianna Rodriguez’s work nominated for an Emmy

Favianna Rodriguez is a visual artist and community organizer who merges her artistic practice with political activism. Through her bold, vivid artwork, she has become a leading voice in raising awareness about immigration, women’s issues, globalization and economic injustice.

 

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Favianna: artist. agitator. intellectual.

“I care about: women, sex, sluts, queers, love, migration, justice and the planet. I work for global justice.”

 

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Migration is Beautiful artist Favianna voted Best Artist!

Favianna voted Best Artist in the East Bay Express.

To show her gratitude and love for all her art fans, everything in her store is 20% OFF!

BONUS: Every sale today and tomorrow gets a free DEFEND OUR MOTHER poster that I developed for the People’s Climate Mobilization.

Use coupon ’20SALE’ for 20% OFF  

Sale ends August 20th

 

Source: communityvillageus.blogspot.com

 

ALL items in her store are 20% off with coupon ’20SALE’

 

Migration is Beautiful Butterfly Unisex Shirt

 

 

Favianna voted Best Artist in the East Bay Express.

 

To show her gratitude and love for all her art fans, everything in her store is 20% off!

 

BONUS: Every sale today and tomorrow gets a free DEFEND OUR MOTHER poster that I developed for the People’s Climate Mobilization. (shown in this image) Sale ends August 20th

 

Use coupon ’20SALE’ for 20% OFF 

 

Source: favianna.flyingcart.com

 

Woot!

 

American Revolutionary: Grace Lee Boggs

 

Grace Lee Boggs, 99, is a Chinese American philosopher, writer, and activist in Detroit with a thick FBI file and a surprising vision of what an American revolution can be. Rooted for 75 years in the labor, civil rights and Black Power movements, she challenges a new generation to throw off old assumptions, think creatively and redefine revolution for our times.

 

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Source: www.pbs.org

American Revolutionary: Grace Lee Boggs

 

Grace Lee Boggs, 99, is a Chinese American philosopher, writer, and activist in Detroit with a thick FBI file and a surprising vision of what an American revolution can be. Rooted for 75 years in the labor, civil rights and Black Power movements, she challenges a new generation to throw off old assumptions, think creatively and redefine revolution for our times.

 

Click through for VIDEO

 

Source: www.pbs.org

 

Wisdom

 

Book Review: ‘Josephine Baker’ explores dancer’s activism, exploits and ‘Tribe’ | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

The African-American woman went from the Paris stage to her vision of multiracial utopia.

See on www.pressherald.com

Photos: I, Too, Am CU breaks down stereotypes one sign at a time | Westword

Outsiders may believe that CU-Boulder’s student body is monochromatic and diversity-free. But I, Too, Am CU, an amazing tumblr and…

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Race and Belonging at Harvard College

Community Village‘s insight:

“It’s been a big year for organizing by students of color, and particularly black students, on college campuses. From the popularity of the Being Black at the University of Michigan hashtag to the “33” campaign highlighting the underrepresentation of black students at UCLA Law School (33 out of 1,100), discussions about racial dynamics on university campuses have been widely publicized.”

See on www.thecrimson.com