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Chicana Artist Sandy Rodriguez in Conversation with Mary Jo Dudley

Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:15pm

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Chicana artist Sandy Rodriguez’s Codex Rodriguez Mondragón (2017—) records the ecological and political crises of our time by engaging contemporary realities of BIPOC and migrant peoples. Several of her maps and illustrations mark, record, & illuminate the farmworker communities of the U.S. and Mexico border regions.

Sandy now comes to New York State to share and learn with Cornell Farmworker Program Director Mary Jo Dudley, who will offer: the role of building partnerships with farmworkers through collaborative research, videos on farmworker-identified critical topics, and maps of the region. They will discuss contributions and challenges among farmers in New York State.

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Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Migrations, Global Development, Cornell Farmworker Program, Latin American and Caribbean Studies

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Sandy Rodriguez

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Artist, teacher, and researcher

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