Who are you? latisha baker is a self-taught pyrographic (firewriter) artist, who utilizes woodburning, a primitive technique on reclaimed and recycled wood to create her work. She captures stories through visual interpretations of life in honor of the human spirit. She exhibits her work and lives in the bay area.
Why do you think trade is useful for community building?
Cooperative economics and entrepreneurial is the heartbeat of any community, especially communities of color. From bake sales, fish fry's to cutting grass, it is all relevant and feeds into the idea of doing for self.