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Articles Published in March, 2014

Music Video Premiere and Forum with Labor, Civil Rights, & Hip Hop Community on Silicon Valley Inequality

When: Thursday, March 6, 2014, 6:30-830pm Where: Camera 12 Theaters (201 S. 2nd Street, San José. CA 95113 FREE EVENT

Spiritual Peace And Unity Walk

Save our streets! Help prevent young ones from losing their lives to stray bullets! Bring peace and unity to our neighborhoods! Join us on our biannual Spiritual Peace and Unity Walk as we walk the streets of San Jose.

We Speak Baylingual Week of 2/28/14-3/7/14

This week in Hip Hop was good because so many artist are dropping so many different styles of Hip Hop music from different cities all over the Northern California. From Aftah Sum and his Hood Anthems, to A1 and his Abstract/Thought Provoking/Electro music, to the RnB styles of Maeli and Taj Withers. So kick back and have yourself a seat, dim the lights and enjoy this weeks playlist.

Why Angulo vs. Canelo had a lot to with Mayweather and Lara

From last weekend's big boxing bout against boxers, Canelo and Angulo, Hector Gonzalez drops the politics behind the win and loss of each boxer.

Society - Gold Out West | Video Premiere

Premiere of the Gold Out West music video by Society Song Produced By: Merc. Video Directed By: Fernando J, Pérez Assistant Director: Marlo Rose "Big city, still wasy to feel alone surrounded by wealth, left to wonder why its not my own" - Societywrites

The Life of Andrea Naharro-Gionet

On November 16th, 2013 sixty one year old Andrea Naharro-Gionet was shot and killed by a Santa Clara County Sheriff. Often times in officer involved shootings, the public hears only about the death of the victim, but rarely do they hear about the life lost. In this interview, Andrea's husband talks about her life, spirit, and meaning in his life.

Cultural Events Remaining for the Month of March

We are mid way through the month of March and there are more than enough events left to attend in the South Bay. Check out our list of concert performances, book releases, breakfast benefits, community discussions, art walks, film festivals and a celebration of Women's History Month.

The Rise of the "Silicon Valley Bay"

Commentator and community organizer Shamako Noble has lived all over the Bay Area. He sees an esculation in the number of people who no longer can afford to live in the cities they grew up in as corporations move in and increase the cost of living. He named this phenomenon "Silicon Valley Bay."

Kumbia Queers -Sonido Clash

Sonido Clash celebrated St. Patty's day on Monday March 17, 2014 with an all ages show and live performance by Las Kumbia Queers. Video: AD Avila Photos: Tiburon Zenitram

Young Addiction: Probation Youth Reflect

These young leaders powerfully reflect on their journeys from being young and addicted in the streets to their current path of recovery. These writings are part of a running workshop series. Feel free to comment, and workshop facilitators will share with the authors.
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