Carolina Rubio: Leading and Serving through Creating

I am bursting with pride to update you on a couple of new projects from our prior-Feature GA Artist, Ms. Carolina Rubio – whom Mitú fairly and succinctly describes as, “Immigrant lawyer by day, artist by night.”

Mitú has recently partnered with Carolina, animating her powerful artwork – and further bringing it to life through her very words.  She compassionately educates us, “Eighty-eight percent of children are still unrepresented in court, when the cross the border. They have no access to legal representation, and that is just outrageous.”

For the engaging, beautiful, haunting, and compelling video encouragement to SEE and CARE FOR our fellow humans, FOLLOW THIS LINK: We are mitú – Carolina Rubio MacWright, Esquire/Artist

Additionally, I want to invite you to catch up with Carolina’s work with immigrants and their families as she works with and through Brooklyn Clay Studio. She’s encouraging and educating women – as they create, and as they pass babies around the room. ❤️  I’d suggest that the best place to follow Carolina’s work with Brooklyn Clay (as well as her other ongoing projects serving the immigrant community) is through Instagram – follow this link to her account to check it out: CARUSTOL INSTAGRAM.

Love to you all – as each of us serves our respective communities – our clients – in their quest for justice,


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