The Road to Racial Justice

The Road to Racial Justice

Quinn Delaney is founder and President of Akonadi Foundation. She and her husband, Wayne Jordan, developed their passion for working for racial justice through their life experience and their work with young people organizing in their schools and in the street. The...
Consejo Grafico de Talleres

Consejo Grafico de Talleres

This weekend was the fourth annual meeting of the Consejo Grafico in New York, the meeting coincided with the Latino Now! art conference. The Consejo Grafico is made up of printmaking Talleres from across the country, there are 14 tallers in the consejo including Self...
International Women’s Day 2008

International Women’s Day 2008

This year, 2008, will mark the 97th annual International Women’s Day (March 8). The first International Women’s Day was launched on March 8, 1911 in Copenhagen by Clara Zetkin, Leader of the ‘Women’s Office’ for the Social Democratic Party in...
El Violin

El Violin

We just went to check out El Violin, this film was recommended by a couple friends who had seen it and were spreading the word about it. It’s a film about rebellion in rural communities in Mexico and the story of three generations of street musicians, led by the...
YO! What Happened to Peace

YO! What Happened to Peace

The latest stop for the YO! What Happened to Peace exhibit is San Francisco, for three nights the show was up at the Jack Hanley gallery in the San Francisco Mision. The exhibit, curated by John Carr, has been running since 2002 and was organized to bring together...
Tumis Featured on Built From Scratch

Tumis Featured on Built From Scratch

Me and Tony did this interview a while back for this project called Built from Scratch from Myx.tv, well they finally launched it. Check it out, Episode 1 Segment 3. http://www.builtfromskratch.com/   -Jesus   Built from...