Block2Block radio host David Madrid talks with Michael Lopez, the Executive Director of the Mexican American Community Services Agency (MACSA). Michael talks about the services provided at their East San Jose youth center and their current community work out in South County, Gilroy and Morgan Hill.
IQ's Soundlab joins mathematic rhymes with scientific beats to create a Hip Hop album that whn listened too is like one cohesive tour through the work of MC/Producer IQ. Each track off this album is like a chapter, all of them having there own intent withink the overall purpose of the album. A must listen.
Block2Block radio host David Madrid talks with “Cathedral of Faith” youth director and gospel rapper “Brother Ig” about the latest break in the Sierra LaMar missing person’s case. His ministry is based in Morgan Hill, giving him insight to the hopes and fears of the South County community.
This week in music is fascinating, we got a good outcome for this week of Apr. 30th to May 5th. From Mob music, to Poetry, to Lyrical Discipline, to even a Reggae sounding, this week is one of the most diverse weeks I have ever came into contact with. Enjoy...
As part of a multimedia series called "Arriving and Becoming: The Silicon Valley Story as Told by Immigrant Elders", Stephanie Flores tells the story of struggle and happiness of her mother through a powerful photo essay and a moment of shopping.
Block2Block radio host David Madrid along with wife Lupe pay respect to civil rights activist and union organizer Cesar Chavez, with heart felt commentary recognizing not just the man but the movement behind him. Through personal family accounts David reflects on the hardships of the field workers of the past and what does it mean to be a Chicano today. This audio is dedicated to the Soria familia and to all those who have lived through the struggle. (Complete radio show segment)
Hennessy is an artist from the Bay Area, who's music is filled with chill jazz sampled Roots sounding Hip Hop. Who has a smooth style that is mellow and catches the ear with lyrics of life lessons, alongside the love of music, and friends.
One might think of handball as a easy game, a ball hitting a wall off the palm of your hand. Seems very simple. In actuality it can be more complicated then that. San Jose State handball player Daniel Guzman competed in the National Collegiate Handball Tournament and tells the journey of the most underrated sport of handball.