Social Activist, Entrepreneur & Design Goddess Favianna Rodriguez
What happens when you cross cutting edge design with social activism? The potential for the largest vehicle of change: communication. Favianna Rodriguez, 28, and other like-minded individuals came together in 2002 to create Tumis, an extremely successful strategic design & communications firm that works to empower progressive and socially conscious organizations to stand out and make a difference. But it’s not enough that Favianna is a Co-Founder & Artistic Director of something so ambitious: she’s also involved with Eastside Arts Alliance (connecting artists from all backgrounds) and Taller Tupac Amaru…
Political Missionaries by Sana Amanat
Dallas Concillio of Hispanic Service Organizations
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– U.S. Department of Labor
Political Missionaries The images of the grimly made cell-phone video of Saddam Hussein’s assassination leave many with an acrid taste in their mouths. It seems victorious for some, a justified ending of an animal who murdered many without any cause for regret, and is an ominous warning for those who dare to act like him. For others, the judgment came swiftly, before we had ample time to process…
Dallas Concillio of Hispanic Service Organizations It’s a truly great thing when an organization meant to help a community actually understands the needs and complexities of that community. Such is the case with the Dallas Concilio of Hispanic Service Organizations (DC), an organization staffed and run by bi-cultural and bilingual professionals. Individuals like Yvonne Morin, 22, Research and Education Coordinator, work hard to serve the…
An Uncomfortable Truth Ah, the awkward moment. We’ve all had them, but it becomes particularly disconcerting when it happens at work. Your boss may look at you differently from now on, but you can at least attempt to laugh it off — and we’ll help you, so please, share your “awkward moment” with us and we’ll publish the best of the best (you can keep your anonymity if you’d like).
This exhibition explores the collection of late 19th and early 20th century Mexican broadsides. At that time of era the popular press publishers and itinerant hawkers use to sell these colorful, graphically powerful sheets on the street as penny handbills