Dead Relatives is an Indígena-owned & operated non-profit magazine. Art rocks.

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A journalist arranged an LA Times piece on the precursor to Dead Relatives, Protest Aid, during operations in 2020.

Managing over 50 volunteers across Los Angeles & Orange counties through a website, my teams & I provided medical support & supply stations at over 40 BLM & ICE protests over the summer George Floyd passed.

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Dead Relatives began as a web mag for artistic conversations in 2021. After our first year of publication, we started hosting semi-public parties & galleries involving Orange Amps, 22 West, UCLA Radio, & Audio-Technica. During this time, we built the infrastructure intended to carry our original concept for the mag – our turn to print is live now. 

“Test Print” April 2023.

All prints/issues support respective causes as noted. We are a non-profit organization, meaning any income the mag receives will only be used to maintain & expand Dead Relatives. Our content will always be free to read. This magazine was designed to preserve a space for creatives to educate, tell stories, & fundraise for change. We rely on donations to access & republish archived photos, videos, academic writings, & art.

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