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Articles Published in December, 2012

Growing Apart -Short Film

A great SJ short film by a super talented Kathie Truong.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: A-1 "Out the Speakers"

Got a chance to catch up with A-1 through his busy schedule, to ask him what influences him, what he is up to, and his social issues.

Keeping Families Together — Using Photographs to Show Why Loved Ones Should Not Be Deported

This week, we at ACJP worked with a family and their attorney to put together an almost 100 page mitigation packet to help support their loved one’s deportation proceedings and hopefully convince immigration officials to let their brother stay in the US. Their brother was a victim of a horrific crime, one that has traumatized him and his family for years.

San Jose Students Convene to Imagine, Discuss, and Design the 21st Century School

Photoslide and report back of a groundbreaking event, chronicling over 200 San Jose high school students coming together for an evening to imagine new possibilities for education in Silicon Valley.

Giuliana Maresca

A spotlight on a talented photographer and printmaker Giuliana Maresca.

10 Reasons Why Hopsin Is the Best Rapper Out There Right Now

Hi my name is Semaj Kenney, and I I like Hip Hop, I am an artist myself and like to dance. I have many influences when it comes to my music -- Eminem, T.I, B.O.B, and right now my favorite is an artist named Hopsin, and I am here to tell you my 10 reasons why.

Young, Deaf, Samoan and Bballin' Down the Court

Easter Fa'afiti is not only a young Samoan Basketball player at Gallaudet University, but shes also deaf. Tama Irie Films sits down on the courts with her to talk about never taking anything for granted.

Deferred Action is a Sacrifice to Bear Witness to Real Change

Organizer Cesar Juarez has been advocating for immigration reform for his community for years. Deferred Action was not what he fought for, but he puts the policy in the context of his own life, and the larger call for change.

"The Legalities of Being"

San Jose Poet Yosimar Reyes teams up with Julio Salgado on his piece "The Legalities of Being"

Staying Alive on the Fiscal Cliff

Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and affordable housing are fundamental human rights, and Washington DC is negotiating with corporations, says author and organizer Sandy Perry.
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