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Charisse Domingo

Charisse Domingo is a San Jose photographer.

The Photography of Ron Orlando

Friday April 4, 2014 - 7:00PM Opening Reception Caffe Frascati 315 South First Street , San José, CA 95113. Exhibit up until May 31, 2014.

"De-Bug the System" -- The Shirt and the People Who Inspired the Message

When we made the De-Bug the System shirt, it was to honor those who stand up for what they believe in, who hold strong to the truth of their convictions. 

Images of Donae Johnican Passing Party

On March 29th, 2013 the family, friends and community of the beloved Donae Johnican gathered at the Rose Garden to hold a "Passing Party." The event was a celebration of Donae, done in the way he would want -- with music, love and unity. Images by Charisse Domingo.

Keeping Families Together — Using Photographs to Show Why Loved Ones Should Not Be Deported

This week, we at ACJP worked with a family and their attorney to put together an almost 100 page mitigation packet to help support their loved one’s deportation proceedings and hopefully convince immigration officials to let their brother stay in the US. Their brother was a victim of a horrific crime, one that has traumatized him and his family for years.

Bu Nation - Solo Art Show at Cukui Clothing Company

On Friday, November 9th, local San Jose artist Bu Nation held her much-awaited solo show at Cukui Clothing Company.

Sisters That Been There Graduate "The Celebration of Life"

DeBug Photographer Charisse Domingo attends a graduation of life for women who've been stuck in the cycles of incarceration. "Sisters That Been There" a support group created by former incarcerated Steeda McGruder explains each of her graduates

East Palo Alto City Council Passes Resolution Against Juvenile Detainer Requests

On Tuesday, October 2, 2012, the East Palo Alto City Council unanimously adopted a resolution to urge the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and Probation Chief Stu Forrest from referring youth to federal immigration officials. San Mateo County continues to be one of the highest referring counties in California to ICE...

A Day in Immigration Court with a 14-Year Old Defendant Facing Deportation

This is a photo of ACJP De-Bug’s youngest member — only 14 years old, who had an immigration court proceeding today in San Francisco. He’s been coming to our weekly meetings for months now with his family and we’ve grown to know and love his quiet strength.

Restless in Heaven - A Poem for Trayvon Martin and Other Victims of Senseless Violence

San Jose poet Miguel Gonzales reads a poem in dedication to Trayvon Martin and other young men of color who's lives were unjustifiably cut short. Photos by Charisse Domingo, taken at a San Jose rally in support of Trayvon Martin.

East Palo Alto Families Are Not For Sale

In 2007, Page Mill Properties raised the rents on tenants occupying close to 1,800 units in East Palo Alto, touching off what would be a four-year battle against the City and community groups to preserve rent control. In 2010, Wells Fargo foreclosed on the properties and promised to involve community members in the long term plans of the apartments, which are mostly home to low income families of color.
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