Another deep dive about the land that we're on, history, Indigenous People, Chicano art, and the power of words.
Join us as we talk with Speaker of the House, Rusty Bowers, a prolific artists and listen as he encourages people to show up and engage in the process.
Tucson folks, Representative Daniel Hernandez and Artist Yurika Isoe discuss disillusion, disenfranchisement, and disconnectedness with voters.
This episode goes deep talking about the effects on people of color by our political system and things people might be able to do to activate themselves and others.
And in depth talk with artist Zarco Guerro about historical oppression, including taking language and dignity from indigenous people.
What happens when Danny Morales, owner of CYPERS The Center for Urban Arts come together with Representative Cesar Chavez? We discover the impact of Hip Hop changing lives of youth, the community it brings, and resilient, authentic creativity. Legislative District 29 encompasses West Glendale and North Avondale and has the largest population of Hispanics in the state.
We are joined today by art powerhouse Carmen Guerrero, founder of Culture Coalition and Representative Isela Blanc of District 26. Our talk today is focused on the profound impact of arts in the lives of K-12 students.
In Episode 3 we meet theatre artist and advocate Marcelino Quinonez and Arizona State Senator Juan Mendez. Both of them have a passion for change, which is why they have dedicated their lives to Arizona, arts, and politics.