Ricardo Favela

"From the Political to the Personal: A Pan-American Feast." Pressing the Point: Parallel Expressions in the Graphic Arts of the Chicano and Puerto Rican Movements. The New York Times, 15 October 1999.

Goldman, Shifra M. Dimensions of the Americas Art and Social Chance in Latin America and U.S.A., University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, November 1994.

Adreini, Vicky Ashley. "Hispanic Artists Open Exhibition At Gallery." The Signal, Turlock, CA, 9 May 1990.

Chittock, Diane. "There's more than color to Chicano Exhibition." Turlock, CA, 3 May 1990.

"Aqui Estamos...Y No Nos Vamos (Here We Are...and We're Not Leaving). University Art Gallery (catalog), Department of Art, California State University, San Bernardino, April-May 1990.

"Fresno Provides a Landing Site for the Royal Chicano Air Force In Search of Mr. Con Safos, A Retrospective Poster Art Exhibition currently touring California from the collection of RCAF member Ricardo Favela." ArteAmericas–The Mexican Arts Center, March 1990: Issue 13.

"Chicano Artists Display Wares." TheBakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, CA, 25 February 1990.

Echavarria, Maria. "Chicano Experience in Art, Professors Display Art Works at Bakersfield College." Bakersfield, CA, 1 March 1990.

"RCAF Retrospective Poster Art Exhibition." The Historical Social and Political Implications In Search of Mr. Con Safos, California State University Masters Thesis, Sacramento, CA, October 1989.

"In Search of Mr. Con Safos, R.C.A.F. Retrospective Poster Art Exhibition." Monogram Lankford and Cook Gallery, Rancho Cordova, CA, October 1989.

Witt, John Rubin. "Outsider Chicano Artists Now Insiders." 24 October 1989.

Welsch, Melinda. "Aim High Sacramento's Chicano Air Force Makes Art." Sacramento News and Review, Sacramento, CA, 22 November 1989: Vol. 1, No. 32.

Hale, David. "Mexican Celebration at Museum." Fresno Bee, Fresno, CA, 11 October 1987: Sec. Spotlight.

"Lo Del Corazon: Heartbeat of a Culture." The Mexican Museum (catalog), San Francisco, CA, 16 April-15 June 1986.

"Primer Espacio de la Identidad Cultural." III Festival Internacional de La Raza (catalog), Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, October 1986.

"Chicano Art Issues." Imagine, Arts Directory, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1986.

Goldman, Shifra and Tomas Ybarra-Frausto. A Comprehensive Annotated Bibliography of Chicano Art, Ai Arte Chicano, Chicano Studies Library Publications Series 1, 11, 1985.

Schlesinger, Ellen. "Art with Sharp Edges." Sacramento, CA, 2 September 1984: Encore Sec.

Barnett, Allen W. "Community Murals–The People's Art." Associated Presses, California, 1984.

Ackley, Michael. "Chicanismo, Thriving Artists Draw from Mexican Indian Roots." Sacramento Union, Sacramento, CA, 12 September 1983.

"Art from the Royal Chicano Air Force." Sacramento, CA, 27 August-3 September 1982.

"Sacramento Beautiful: A Portfolio." California Life, The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA, 20 June 1981.

Ceremony of Brotherhood. Academia, contributing artist, Albuquerque, NM, 1980.

Goldman, Jan. "This Mural Hopes to Break Down Wall of Communication." The Sacramento Union, 17 July 1980.

Holt, Tim. "Massive Artwork to Adorn Wall." Public Art, 2-5 June 1979.

Calendarzo de Amor 1978, Royal Chicano Air Force, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., Sacramento, CA 1978.

Hillinger, Charles. "Chicano Air Force Flies High." Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, 22 July 1979.

Gage, Mary. "Serious Group of Activists Takes Off with Name of Royal Chicano Air Force." The Sacramento Bee, 7 November 1979.

Cuellar, Rodolfo. El Centro de Artistas Chicanos de Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, 20 January 1977.

Johnson, Charles. "Centro Keeps a Low Profile." The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA, 30 October 1977.

Johnson, Charles. "Chicano-Latino Exhibit Touches all Bases, But..." The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA, 5 November 1977.

"Fifth Sun Raza Show at U.C. Berkeley Museum." El Tecolote, November 1977: Arts and Culture Sec.

"Other Sources: An American Essay." San Francisco Art Institute (catalog), 1976.