G$ writes a blog based on her unique daily experiences as an artists, organizer and journalist. Her multimedia blog also platforms the issues concerning the Pacific Islander community.
Exodus From "The Jungle": Photo Chronicle of the Closing Days of the Nation's Largest Homeless Encampment
For decades, a creekbed in East San Jose has become a homeless encampment for hundreds of San Jose residents who've lost homes, jobs, families and have no place else to go. But today, "The Jungle," what it's mostly known as, has been shutdown by the City of San Jose. As police supervised, bulldozers wiped the area clean and the homes people made for themselves are now gone. Photographer Jean Melesaine went to meet with the people the night before forced removal, and photographer Charisse Domingo went to meet residents in the morning of its shutdown while people scrambled to see what to do next. At 6am, residents were woken with flashlights, police, and clean-up crews in hazmat suits. These are the photos of a community in Silicon Valley, one of the richest regions in the world, who are now searching for a new home.
We Speak Baylingual is a blog located on SVDe-Bug’s website. Its a weekly post of local music releases every Friday. It also contains a video series interviewing artist all over the bay area, about culture, community, and anything in depth with the interviewee called 'Baylingual’. Anything with music whether you know someone, you do music, or want a video done, profile written anything involving music.
Write him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nov 8th at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, I attended my first 'Smokers Club Tour'. A tour that has been around for the past 5 years, where legendary hip hop artists collaborated with the 'New School' artists blending wavy performances that's a must see for any fan of hip hop.
Jayadev, an organizer for the Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project, shares his perspectives on current issues that impact the local Bay Area region.
De-Bug High offers youth perspectives on the issue of the day.
At our last visit to the boy's probation home, we encountered three new young men. We engaged in conversation around what they want to do when they get older. They reflected on their eperiences with an eye towrads the future. These writings are part of a running workshop series. Feel free to comment, and workshop facilitators will share with authors.
A designer and artist, Avila writes and posts articles and images that offer a window into the realities of a younger generation of immigrant America.