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Articles Published in May, 2013

Immigration Reform: Who's In and Who's Out

As people in California march and rally on this International Workers Day, one thing for sure that will be on the minds of many of the people is Immigration Reform. Tuscon criminal defense lawyer tells us whose in and whose left out.

De-Bug Photogs Hit The Bay For May Day

De-Bug photographers, Charisse Domingo in San José, Braulio Gonzalez in the peninsula (Mt.View) and Jean Melesaine in Oakland hit the streets in solidarity for the International Workers Day Marches around the Bay.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: A Rememberance of the Past to Look at Our Futures

This week in Hip Hop is special for it signals the 2nd year anniversary our fellow SV De-Bugger Yung Ghost (Demetrius Cambell) was taken from us. This tribute is an honor of the homie Rhyming In Peace. Hope all is well with you bro, I know you sipping that Holy Hennessey.

An Open Letter to the Artsy/Activists Who Judge Us For Watching Sports

Warriors, Giants, Mayweather/Guerrero: this weekend had the sports world buzzing. But there was one group of folks who were not so engaged -- the "non-sports fan." Commentator Demone Carter takes on the eternal question posed by this group: why sports?

Don’t Blame Hip Hop for Molly, We Got it from the Ravers

The party drug Molly is all over hip hop. But commentator and rap artist Cola says the party drug did not come from hip hop culture, but rather seeped in from the mixing with other genres.

Sonido Clash - Cinco de Mayo Edition

Friday May 3rd - San Jose, California - Experimental Infrared Photography by Richard Babcock coverage of Sonido Clash Cinco de Mayo edition, a 1st Friday monthly performance and dance party which explores the traditional, modern, and emerging Latin sound diaspora...

Mother's Day Math: A Mother's Love > The System

We dedicate this Mother's Day to all the moms of the Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project who fight for their children's freedom. Their enduring love ultimately is greater than the criminal justice and immigration systems which threaten to separate their families.

The Other Asian -- Overlooked Asian Pacific Islander Students Speak Out

Hmong-American and Filipino students speak out about responsibilities and challenges of being often over-looked communities on college campuses.

*Video Alert* Rey Resurreccion - CREAM

Rey Resurreccion recently has dropped his new music video called CREAM (Cash Rules Everything Around Me, or Corporations Rules Everything Around Me).   Check it out and enjoy one of San Jose's prestige artist.

S.P.E.A.K. on It! [The Preview]

The S.P.E.A.K. on It! documentary is the story of the S.P.E.A.K. organization at San Francisco State University that sent a Slam Poetry team to New York City to compete in a national slam poetry competition CUPSI
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