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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.

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.

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.

"FRACTIONS" Print Release. By Artist Sam Rodriguez

San José artist and designer Sam Rodriguez releases a print of a painting that shows the diversity and patterns that can be found in the faces in the community.

Eulogy for My Father: Domingo S. Armendariz

No one can speak the life of a man better than his son. South County community leader Reymundo Armendariz remembers the storied life of his father "El Mingo" -- a poet, philosopher, and revolutionary -- in this moving tribute. Domingo S. Armendariz left this world the morning of Sunday, April 21, 2013.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: Who's World Is This?

This week in Hip Hop is special, because we got a couple of new artists that are as talented as any artist around the globe. If you don't think so, listen for yourself.

IMOVE - Monster Motion

This short video project was produced by a young media producer from Silicon Valley De-Bug. The video shares his experience dancing for Monster Motion crew.

Global Youth Service Day at Mount Pleasant High School 4/27/13

Public Allies of Silicon Valley/San Francisco extends an invitation for students to participate in their Global Youth Service Day event at Mt. Pleasant High School. The theme is "Breaking Barriers: Art as a Tool for Resistance."

Documentary Profile of Artist Kevin Cornejo: El Pintor y El Paisaje

A Marlo Custodio mini-documentary of artist Kevin Alejandro Cornejo. As college students, Cornejo's parents journeyed from El Salvador during the Civil War in the 1980's and begun a new life in San Jose, California. His paintings of landscapes and narratives are motivated by memories of his family's experience and are homages to his family in El Salvador.

Health Is Wealth, When A Community Organizes For It

Two of San Jose's most dedicated and effective economic justice advocates tells us how hundreds of San Jose residents packed a high school gym all in the name of health and community.
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