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Articles Published in June, 2012

Pacquiao Loss to Bradley Casts Pall of Gloom Over Filipinos

For Filipinos in the U.S., Manny Pacquiao's loss to American Timothy Bradley is a hard to swallow.

Social Media Masquerade: A Digital Age of Identity Masks

Author Harold Bell examines how social media has become more about what we want others to think of us, rather then the lives we actually lead.

Arizona’s Trayvon Martin? Another ‘Stand Your Ground’ Killing

A recent murder in Arizona calls to mind another fatal shooting of an unarmed victim under a similar “Stand Your Ground” law

VIDEO, RADIO, COMMENTARY: UNITE HERE Hotel Workers Share Their Voices on Historic Double Tree Strike

Over 250 Doubletree Hotel workers returned to the job on Friday, June 8 after a successful 4-day strike.

Two Realities, One Child

Just last April, ACJP’s youngest member was at immigration court fighting deportation charges. Yesterday, he graduated eighth grade. In the fall of this year, he came back from an ICE detention facility after being referred there by San Mateo County probation.

Rock Me Til' I'm Deaf (Poetry Series)

A series of poems from San Jose based author Miguel Gonzalez.

The Danny Pina Story: How a De-Bug Member Won A Federal Trial Against Police for Excessive Force

Danny Pina recounts his journey that started when he got is arm dislocated and nose cartilage broken by a San Jose Police officer in 2009, to the ultimate jury verdict win in federal court a couple years later.

Inglorious Vandals-Sticker Show // Opening night

A video of the opening night of the INGLORIOUS VANDALS Sticker Show at Empire & 7th studios.

MACSA 2012

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.

A Little Bit of Spirit

On the eve of the Trans March in San Francisco, the Two Spirit Movement hope to bring their native beliefs around sexuality to the forefront.
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