My Favorite Quotes
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 Yareli Arizmendi - “One quick way to describe the work we do is it's kind of like a political cartoon. We like humor. It gets people relaxed. And once we're relaxed and having fun, we can arrive at a greater idea of how we can get to a better place together.”
 Yareli Arizmendi - “As artists, the pleasure is to really have your work resonate and mean something. Art takes its inspiration from reality.”
 Yareli Arizmendi - “It's such a power base, but it's a dormant power base. But I don't care if they're documented or illegal, they are people. And when you want a community to work, you want all of the member of your community to flourish.”
 Yareli Arizmendi - “Once we get into the whole media campaign and the reaction to that, we will be broadening that discussion even further.”
 Yareli Arizmendi - “It is so filled with so many issues about being Latino in the United States. Being documented versus being undocumented, and Latinos and the way they are perceived across the nation and especially in California. I know that sounds super broad, and it is. But in the film, we touched on issues enough so that they can be brought up afterward, and then we could invite people to bring them up in a bigger discussion.”