Daisy Salinas is a San Antonio-based Xicana feminist zinester, punk musician, fest curator, and activist who founded the radically intersectional decolonial Native Xicana Feminist publication Muchacha Fanzine. Using cut-and-paste collages, themes covered in her work include writing and political education on intersectional feminism, indigenous resistance, youth liberation, Black lives matter, environmental justice, migration, & more. Along with zines, she also creates radical stickers, buttons, prints, and tote bags.
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What does a feminist economy mean to you?
Feminist economies offer an alternative to a capitalist colonial white supremacist patriarchal economy that exploits and destroys humanity and the planet to keep the wealth in the hands of the ruling class.
How does your work uplift the community?
Rather than striving to be "equal" to this violent system, my work aims to tear down the walls of the existing system by amplifying the voices of revolutionary creatives of color and advocating for a world that values people over profit and that is rooted in collective care, mutual aid, and solidarity.