"They tried to bury us; they didn't know we were seeds." - Mexican Proverb / Calligraphy Print, Handlettered Print, Quote by Paper Raven Co.

We Are Seeds Fine Art Print

"They tried to bury us; they didn't know we were seeds." - Mexican Proverb / Calligraphy Print, Handlettered Print, Quote by Paper Raven Co.

"They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds." Illustrated Mexican proverb by our artist Terri Fry Kasuba @terrikasuba #illustratorsoninstagram #equalityforall #mexicanproverb #inspirationalquotes #inspirationalart #womensrights #womensmarch2017 #editorialillustration

"They tried to bury us. They didn't know we were seeds." Illustrated Mexican proverb by our artist Terri Fry Kasuba @terrikasuba #illustratorsoninstagram #equalityforall #mexicanproverb #inspirationalquotes #inspirationalart #womensrights #womensmarch2017 #editorialillustration

Donde no puedas amar no te demores.... ✔️#frida #fridakahlo #quotes #love #art #life #empowerment #artist #mexican #mujeresfuertes #arte #amor #odio #diegoyfrida

Donde no puedas amar no te demores.... ✔️#frida #fridakahlo #quotes #love #art #life #empowerment #artist #mexican #mujeresfuertes #arte #amor #odio #diegoyfrida

Mexican proverb "We are all made of the same clay, but not from the same mold."

Mexican proverb "We are all made of the same clay, but not from the same mold."

"It's not enough to know how to ride, one must also know how to fall." ~Mexican Proverb ..*

"It's not enough to know how to ride, one must also know how to fall." ~Mexican Proverb ..*

WeAreLove on Instagram: “From @the_gift_of_yoga  They tried to bury us, but they didn't know that we were seeds. - Mexican Proverb”

WeAreLove on Instagram: “From @the_gift_of_yoga They tried to bury us, but they didn't know that we were seeds. - Mexican Proverb”

César Estrada Chávez fue un líder campesino estadounidense de padres mexicanos, activista en favor de los derechos civiles para campesinos americanos, quien con Dolores Huerta formó la Asociación Nacional de Trabajadores del campo. 31 de marzo de 1927, Yuma, Arizona, Estados Unidos - 23 de abril de 1993, San Luis, Arizona, Estados Unidos, recibió la Medalla Presidencial de la Libertad y el Premio Pacem in Terris

César Estrada Chávez fue un líder campesino estadounidense de padres mexicanos, activista en favor de los derechos civiles para campesinos americanos, quien con Dolores Huerta formó la Asociación Nacional de Trabajadores del campo. 31 de marzo de 1927, Yuma, Arizona, Estados Unidos - 23 de abril de 1993, San Luis, Arizona, Estados Unidos, recibió la Medalla Presidencial de la Libertad y el Premio Pacem in Terris

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