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.
In this episode, we discuss police brutality with some heavy hitters in the social justice arena. Respondents include: Uncle Bobby, the uncle of Oscar Grant, Mistah FAB, Jasiri X, Dereca Blackmon, Minister Keith Muhammad, and professor Akabundu.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook had once quoted the late Dr.Martin Luther King saying, "As Dr. Martin Luther King once said, the time is always right to do what’s right. At Apple, we do the right thing. Even when it’s not easy.". The Silicon Valley community held a candle light vigil after MLK's birthday demanding to do the right thing by not evading taxes by corporate breaks.
13 year old Ana Nicole diosdado Gonzalez is a young aspiring photographer. With her family facing eviction from her childhood home of 14 years, she takes us down a walk through 24th Street, catching photos of what will become memories of a neighborhood that she is forced to leave.
The heart and mind of a young East Oakland Chicana artist. While she bridges Mural-ism and graffiti worlds together to transforms pain into beautiful meaning, summoning strength to resist thrive and live.
Here is a photo re-cap of the Free Market that took place on December 20th, 2013 organized by the 180 Degrees class from Yerba Buena High School. The event started two weeks prior with students organizing via Facebook, collecting donations, and community outreach with fliers. The photos are when we distributed what we collected at "the jungle" the biggest homeless encampment in the nation. As a class we have overcome a lot, last year we had bad grades, multiple absences, and a high amount of discipline issues. This year we’ve decided to start changing our lives and this project was a part of our process of changing.
San Jose is getting cold. Over the past two weeks several people who live in the streets have died due to hypothermia. The community responded to the deaths in what is one of the largest homeless encampments in America, called "The Jungle", 12 miles away from Apple headquarters right in the heart of the Silicon Valley.