Delilah produced an artistic book, Codex Delilah, Six Deer: A Journey From Machina to Chicana, in which she portrays a more feminine side of the story of the Native and European encounter. She takes note that women have always been undermined and plain ignored. Through her fictional character, she is able to present past and present issues that have arisen due to the European influence on the native people. Through journey, the character is exposed to the past and as to how they as a culture have arrived to the present in order to find enlightenment and what it means to live a multiracial life.
With this piece, Delilah is able to visually represent a social issue that still has remnants in todays society. Through her three-panel "story board" she depicts the struggles of not only multiracial Latin Americans but also the struggle with feminism. It is impressive how her art has been uplifted into a new crowd that may not be aware of the struggles. Art is powerful through it she has brought awareness, not only to viewers, but to herself.