Welcome to Chicano Codex Coloring Books

We are dedicated to providing coloring books, codices, poetry books, graphic novels, alternative herstories, theirstories, histories, currriculums for children and adults
that inspire ancestral memory and consciousness through a
chicano indigenous lens. We are rasquache, indigena, mestizo people
trying to re-member our ancestory. It is our belief that through
these meditative, healing coloring codex books you can begin to piece
together parts of you that are tied the earth.


Our hope is that you at whatever age and level of art can become inspired to create your own codex coloring books, coloring books, codices, poetry books, graphic novels, curriculum, alternative herstories, theirstories, histories for children and adults that we will begin to bring together different
parts of our indigenous memory.

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Artist Bio

Israel Francisco Haros Lopez was born in East Los Angeles to immigrant parents of mexican descent. He brings his firsthand knowledge of the realities of migration, U.S. border policies, and life as a Mexican American to his work with families and youth as a mentor, educator, art instructor, ally, workshop facilitator and activist. Even with a 1.59 High school G.P.A., Israel managed to go back to the community college and raise his grades to get accepted into U.C. Berkeley and receive a degree in English Literature and Chicano Studies followed by an M.F.A in Creative Writing. At formal and informal visual art spaces, Israel creates and collaborates in many interdisciplinary ways including poetry, performance, music, visual art, and video making and curriculum creation. His work addresses a multitude of historical and spiritual layered realities of border politics, identity politics, and the re-interpretation of histories.

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