Brooklyn-born and raised artist and writer Yasmín Hernández combines her creative practice with activism, education, and spirituality. She holds a BFA in Painting from Cornell University and has exhibited and presented her work in galleries and on campuses in the US and Puerto Rico. She has worked as an educator with Taller Puertorriqueño, El Museo del Barrio and the Studio Museum of Harlem. Her art was born in the 90s from a self-education process rooted in Puerto Rican liberation, which continues at the center of her work. Her liberation journey led her to rematriate to her ancestral homeland of Borikén in 2014. She shares her art at and chronicles the journey home at

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Chronicling the rematriation journey to Borikén.

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