The following is an interview with San Diego artist Gloria Favela Rocha. Her upbringing as the daughter of immigrants, as a first generation Mexican-American, and living in farming communities inspires her artwork. Gloria is one of the five main artists working on the Anastasio Hern├índez Rojas mural in Chicano Park. She views Chicano Park as a place of spirituality and storytelling, and for her the mural is a piece of recorded history of struggle and hope for the future. This interview covers topics surrounding the importance of community, community healing, the power of artwork, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the significance of the Anastasio Hern├índez Rojas mural in Chicano Park. The interview was conducted via Zoom in order to practice social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic. The interview was conducted by Cristabel Otero Castaneda, a fourth year Cognitive Science-Design & Interaction major and Ethnic Studies minor who is interested in empowering communities of color, human-centered design, and the role of technology in society.