Trini Rodriguez: Seeking Freedom | KCET
Trini Rodriguez: Seeking Freedom
Co-founder and Executive Director of Tia Chucha's, a cultural bookstore in the San Fernando Valley that transforms community through ancestral knowledge, Rodriguez is a former bilingual educator, court interpreter, and newspaper editor, who works for personal and collective healing as well as systemic social change. Rodriguez tells the story of how she had to lose her family to find herself.
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