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acaxochitl

acaxochitl

Artist at The Flowering Reed
Acaxochitl is a proud mother, a lover of words, and an artist. She enjoys creating art that reflects her indigenous roots and hopes to inspire other Xicanas to get creative.
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Celeste De Luna

Artist and Cabrona at Tejaztlan, mother, repelona.
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Viva Flores

Viva Flores

Viva Flores is a Chicana poet and fiction writer. Her writing has most recently been featured in Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul, Black Girl Dangerous, Tlaa: A Collective Indigenous Expression and the fall 2014 issue of The Official La Tolteca ‘Zine. Viva was also recently a featured speaker at Cal-State LA and UCLA in November 2014.
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Iris Rodriguez
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Iris Rodriguez

Artivist / Journalist / Rascuacha Tech / Network Producer at Xica Media
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Artivist / Writer / Rascuacha Tech / Network Producer at Xica Media
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Channels: Xicana Chronicles | End Family Detention | Xica Nation | Tezcatlipoca Records | MTX Files | Yacatsol | Texas UFW 2016
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noemi

Noemi Martinez is a Xicana/Puerto Rican writer, poet and non-traditional teacher living in the texas/mexico borderlands, birthplace of Gloria Anzaldua. She is interested in alt.media, diy, edupunk, indigenous issues, queer theory and reclamation, mestiza identity, borderland studies, women of color in alt media, raising brown boys, invisible disabilities, Mexican American/chican@ history, Texas/mexico border history, raising spitfire chicanas & single parenting in alt cultures. Some of her work has recently appeared in The Perch, Make/Shift and Asylum Magazine. http://www.hermanresist.com


*Poetry is not only dream and vision; it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change, a bridge across our fears of what has never been before.
-Audre Lorde

We need to create poetry, art, research, and books that cannot be assimilated, but is accessible. -Gloria Anzaldúa

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Tara Evonne Trudell
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erika

Erika González is a Tejana-Xicana born on the borderlands of Eagle Pass, Tx and Piedras Negras Coahuila, Mx.She is the former Co-Director of East Austin based grassroots environmental justice organization PODER (People Organized in Defense of Earth and her Resources).Currently Erika teaches Kindergarten in East Oakland and is enjoying being a mother of two beautiful children.
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