Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.
About my work
Article 30 spoke to me as a cry for the immigrants in Arizona and the oppression they are facing by living here in Phoenix and surrounding border cities. They are humans, not just illegals, and they deserve better treatment than what they are getting from government officials. I believe every person only wants to feel human and respected at the end of the day. No person is better than the next, and we often fail to remember that when we see others who are different from ourselves.
- Suzette Taylor
Suzette Taylor is an artist, teacher, mother and wife currently living in Phoenix, Arizona. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in fibre/textile art, and is working on getting certification to become a high school art teacher. Her work focuses on issues that are political, controversial, environmental, or activist problems that affect the world we live in, and she keeps a neutral stance and lets the viewer interpret the work. She currently is trying to become 100% sustainable within all work made, and uses recycled materials whenever possible.