Hillary and Tina interview artist, organizer, and social justice activist Favianna Rodriguez of the Center for Cultural Power.
Favianna Rodriguez embodies the perspective of a first-generation American Latinx artist with Afro-Peruvian roots. Her art and praxis address migration, economic inequality, gender justice, and climate change, boldly reshaping the myths, ideas, and cultural practices of the present, while confronting the wounds of the past. Favianna is regarded as one of the leading thinkers and personalities uniting art, culture, and social impact, collaborating deeply with social movements around the world. Favianna also helps lead cultural strategy design and investment by helping to organize the philanthropic sector, with a focus on foundations addressing gender justice, racial justice, climate change and cultural equity.
Favianna speaks to us about climate justice, designing cultural campaigns, the role of arts in social justice movements, and more.
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