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Articles Published in February, 2014

NAACP San José/Silicon Valley Chapter Celebrates African American History Month

Save The Date! 3rd Annual African American History Month Flag Raising at City Hall & Dynamic film series every Wednesday @ MLK Library.

High School Students Take Helping The Largest Homeless Encampment In Their Own Hands

With one of the largest homeless encampments in the Silicon Valley known as the "Jungle", high school students from Yerba Buena High School known as "Regeneration Against Destruction" (RAD) held their weekend free market for the Jungle residents.

Parents Protest Fingerprint Requirement at San Jose School

Open-World TV reports from a San Jose school where parents are protesting a policy which requires them to be fingerprinted to visit their children at school.

If Change is Gonna Come, Students' Rights Need To Be Honored

Who do you think of when you think of historical leaders who changed this country for the better? Martin Luther King, Jr.? Cesar Chavez? Rosa Parks? Ok, what about the students in your classroom? What about you? Christina Uribe takes a swing at the Students Bill of Rights.

A San Jose Minute With Photographer Richard Babcock

Photographer Richard Babcock takes us through his infrared photo series of "Women" at The Seeing Things Gallery in a "San Jose minute".

VIDEO: Postal Workers Protest the Privatization of Mail

Members of the U.S. postal service protest against the privatization of mail through Staples. This would leave thousands of US mail branch employees unemployed, and U.S. mail in the hands of non-union Staples employees. What is being asked is for Staples to hire the USPS Union employees as either managers of the Staples postal branches, to manage and train the Staples employees, or to be hired to work inside the Staples postal branches.

The Economy Myth of Keystone XL; "Jobs To Destroy Your Health And Well Being"

The Keystone XL Pipeline is a proposed project to build a pipeline through the middle of America from Canada to Texas promising jobs to build the economy, Movement Generationresponds with humor and satire about the truth of the oil pipeline and those jobs.

"Pages Flipped" exhibit by Abraham Menor

Saturday, February 8, 2014 Mixed Media & Photography By Abraham Menor. The Cannery 401 East Taylor #155 San Jose, CA 95112. More Info: thecannerygallery.com or brainsoiled.com

The Untapped Movement: Why Challenging Mass Incarceration Hinges Upon a New Dynamic Between Communities and Public Defenders

By Raj Jayadev

Pages Flipped Show Recap

If you miss the opening night of Pages Flipped by Abraham Menor, then you miss one incredible show. But there is still time to check it out in person, or show up to the closing night reception on March 1st, 2014.
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