Nancy Aragon

Nancy Aragon is a queer, bruha, eco-feminist born in the Indigenous land of Cuzcatlan, known today as El Salvador. She grew up in North East Los Angeles and majored in Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies at California State University Los Angeles. Nancy’s politics include intersectional feminism, pro-choice, no borders, Black lives matter, ni una mas, […]

Veronica Mazariegos-Anastassiou

I am a farmer and co-operator at Brisa de Año Ranch in Pescadero, CA. I was born in Miami, Florida to a Guatemalan father and a Venezuelan mother. Shortly after graduating college, I joined the Peace Corps in Togo, where I worked as a small business advisor for rice farmers in my community. It was […]

Kaitlin Oki

Kaitlin Oki is mixed-race Japanese-American genderqueer farmer and food sovereignty advocate, who currently practices farming at the Cloverleaf Farm, a small-scale organic fruit farm in Davis, California. Kaitlin’s interest in agriculture takes root in her observation that the average person’s relationship with their food ranges from broken to traumatic, with ramifications that impact their body, […]

Dorian Payan

I’ve been a campesine for about 5 years now, though I carry a deep ancestry of campesines in me. I was born in the contiguous space between El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua. Despite hopping back and forth, my life’s work is committed to transgressing the borders around us. I have been practicing community […]