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American River Current
Celia Herrera Rodriguez brings attention to the problems of indigenous people through her art work

Article by Gail Pérez
Women Muralists Return to Chicano Park

Artist Interview- Triton Museum of Art
Herrera R. is interviewed about her installation piece featured in the Xicana:Spiritual Reflections/Reflexíones Espiritúales exhibition at the Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA, 2010.

Sola, pero bien acompañada
2006 Exhibition Monograph, UC Davis by Cherrie L. Moraga

Article by Irma Mayorga
Re(a)d Roots: Grounding History, Identity, and Performance in the work of Celia Herrera Rodríguez

Article by Judith Huacuja Pearson
Chicana Critical Pedagogies: Chicana Art as Critique and Intervention. Presented at the “The Interpretation and Representation of Latino Cultures: Research and Museums” in 2003.

Article by Elena Margarita de Jesús Cacheux Pulid
Semblanza de Celia Herrera, pintora indígena y chicana – Celia Herrera considera que el arte chicano está integrado a la comunidad, la educación, el espíritu. Significa recrear la cultura que no se ve en los Estados Unidos, valorar lo indígena y luchar por los derechos de todos los pueblos del mundo. Sus autoras admiradas son Gloria Anzaldúa y Cherríe Moraga, por su política de lucha contra la opresión de los pueblos y hacia las mujeres.

La Red Xicana Indigena
A network of Xicanas Indígenas involved in political, educational & cultural work that serves to raise Indigenous consciousness among our communities & supports the social justice struggles of Indigenous peoples throughout the Western Hemisphere.