Favianna Rodriguez: Speaking Out Through Political Printmaking

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 (KQED Art School)

Favianna Rodriguez's art is as colorful as it is political. Rodriguez uses prints to speak out about immigration, women's rights, racism and gentrification, among other issues. She joins us as part of our First Person series, which features the local innovators, leaders, and notable characters who make the Bay Area unique.


Favianna Rodriguez, artist and cultural organizer, director of CultureStrike, and co-founder of Presente.org