Category Archives: Activism

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #3 with andré m. carrington

Hey friends! This is the third in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #3 with andré m. carrington

Hey friends! This is the third in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #1 with Juana María Rodríguez

A series where I interview (and draw portraits of) academics that I respect 🙂 Hopefully it’ll demystify academia a bit as well, and can become a platform for featuring folks who are doing groundbreaking work within an academic environment where older cisgender heterosexual white men still make up the majority.
First up is Juana Maria Rodriguez at UC Berkeley.

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #1 with Juana María Rodríguez

A series where I interview (and draw portraits of) academics that I respect 🙂 Hopefully it’ll demystify academia a bit as well, and can become a platform for featuring folks who are doing groundbreaking work within an academic environment where older cisgender heterosexual white men still make up the majority.
First up is Juana Maria Rodriguez at UC Berkeley.

My latest educational materials–Digital Package! plus thoughts on being a social justice artist

Hi friends, I am excited to announce some newly created educational materials by yours truly ❤ Digital Workshop Resource Package 28 images + pdf – Pregnancy, Birthing & Chestfeeding: A Guide with Gender Non-conforming Models of Color: https://www.etsy.com/listing/239787622/digital-workshop-resource-package-28?ref=shop_home_active_1    It’s

My latest educational materials–Digital Package! plus thoughts on being a social justice artist

Hi friends, I am excited to announce some newly created educational materials by yours truly ❤ Digital Workshop Resource Package 28 images + pdf – Pregnancy, Birthing & Chestfeeding: A Guide with Gender Non-conforming Models of Color: https://www.etsy.com/listing/239787622/digital-workshop-resource-package-28?ref=shop_home_active_1    It’s

Broken Pencil Magazine Zine Philosophy Column :)

Last fall, Alison Lang, the editor of Broken Pencil Magazine (a magazine on zine culture and independent art) contacted me out of the blue to ask me to write their Zine Philosophy column for the next issue. Of course I

Broken Pencil Magazine Zine Philosophy Column :)

Last fall, Alison Lang, the editor of Broken Pencil Magazine (a magazine on zine culture and independent art) contacted me out of the blue to ask me to write their Zine Philosophy column for the next issue. Of course I

Presenting: No, I Don’t Shave

I don’t know why I’ve been holding off sharing this project I started 18 days ago but well here it is, 18 days late! It all started when I made this piece for a feminist zine here in Ecuador: It

Presenting: No, I Don’t Shave

I don’t know why I’ve been holding off sharing this project I started 18 days ago but well here it is, 18 days late! It all started when I made this piece for a feminist zine here in Ecuador: It

Gender and Public Bathrooms

Here’s a poster I made a couple months ago inspired by a poster I saw created by the Bristol LGBT+ Society on trans/GNC(gender non-conforming) awareness when using public bathrooms. Enjoy!

Gender and Public Bathrooms

Here’s a poster I made a couple months ago inspired by a poster I saw created by the Bristol LGBT+ Society on trans/GNC(gender non-conforming) awareness when using public bathrooms. Enjoy!

Taller de fanzines y revistas independientes: Zine workshop in Quito!

If you’re in Quito, I’ll be leading a zine making workshop tomorrow from 3-6pm at my favorite shop: Wayruro Organico! Check it out :))) We’ll be making a collective zine on health/nutrition.

Taller de fanzines y revistas independientes: Zine workshop in Quito!

If you’re in Quito, I’ll be leading a zine making workshop tomorrow from 3-6pm at my favorite shop: Wayruro Organico! Check it out :))) We’ll be making a collective zine on health/nutrition.

11/25/14 Art show at MIC

In Quito, I’m involved with a fantastic organization called Marcha de Las Putas or “SlutWalk” which organizes workshops, art shows and a SlutWalk every March where folks come out to march on the streets of Quito to fight against gender discrimination and violence

11/25/14 Art show at MIC

In Quito, I’m involved with a fantastic organization called Marcha de Las Putas or “SlutWalk” which organizes workshops, art shows and a SlutWalk every March where folks come out to march on the streets of Quito to fight against gender discrimination and violence