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Articles Published in September, 2012

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: week of August 27 to september 3rd

Here's a labor day playlist for all my "Debuggers" out there who enjoy music.

San Jose’s Second Gang War Has Begun

Enrique Flores, Director of the Corazon Project, gives historical context to the current tide of violence on San Jose streets. The Corazon Project is an effort to engage youth to help stop violence in the community.

USA VS Mexico On and Off the Field

A single day of watching Spanish television channels showed the ever evolving, and even competing, relationship between Mexico and the US through the lens of sports and politics.

School of Arts and Culture 2012 -2013 Request for Proposals

Proposals are now requested from teaching artists and arts and education organizations interested in offering classes during the 2012 – 2013 academic year. Classes will be offered in 3 10-week sessions. Deadline approaches!

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: week Sept 3rd to Sept 9th

This week in Hip Hop is special because I am going out of my zone of friends and looking at new and different sounds of Hip Hop. So check it out and share with all your friends.

A Haroldinho Communique: Justice for Alan Blueford

Shot to death by the Oakland Police Dept., Alan Blueford was a student just months away from high school graduation. This video highlights one of the community events held in his honor.

Education Matters Most To Latino Voters This Election

"Immigration" may seem key to what will determine the Latino vote but Angela Clexton interviews Zelica Rodriguez-Deams, a community organizer for Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network(SIREN) who explains why education matters most.

"Legacy of the Drum" Hip Hop & Aztec Culture Fusion

Future Arts Now & Tezkatlipoka Dance & Drum, two organizations serving the San José community came together recently for a special school presentation to teach youth about drumming and dancing.

Sophisticated Stencils

Sophisticated Stencils is an urban arts intervention program for at-risk youth. It focuses on teaching youth the fundamentals of art through stencils and spray- paint.

De-Bug Gallery presents - Mi Vida by SJ photographer Vanessa Sanchez de Tagle

The De-Bug window gallery is breaking all the rules, it is one of a few 24/7 galleries in SJ. Check it out anytime of day or night, on the Stockton side of our building.
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