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Articles Published in March, 2013

Aotearoa Chronicles Week Two: Pasifika Artists You Should Know

"Island time" is a concept in the islands that things get done whenever they get done, aka this posting about my second week in Auckland is getting posted late but all with the greatness of the Pasifika artists that have been inspiring me this last week.

Pow Wow Hawaii 2013

Pow wow is a gathering of contemporary artists that engages with the broader community in the process and creation of art.

In the Isolation of Immigration Court, A Son Finds His Mother

Photographer Charisse Domingo captures a powerful, yet rare, moment of family connection in the separating experience of immigration court.

"Shoot the Moon" Breezy Excursion Debuts Skate Film

Local fashion company Breezy Excursion recently shook the skate world with a movie premier held at the Camera 12.

Inside San Jose's Tent City

In San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley, economic inequality can be seen from the sky. On a grassy open field near the San Jose airport, sits a homeless encampment of dozens of tents, and over a hundred people. City officials have stated they will be removing the camp, and the people, very soon. De-Bug talked to the community of residents about who they are, how they got there, and where they may be headed.

#Sonidoclash : Social Media Posts + Next Artist Sneak Peak

Sonido Clash Celebrates Twice In The Month Of March. March 1st: DJs LetterD from Guadalajara, BobbyPeru from Oakland, & Rogermas from SF. March 30th: Raul Y Mexia Hometown record release party/performance + Toy Selectah from Monterrey, México.

Film por Vida: Prints from San Jose

Edgar Godinez profiles the photo program that honors the special value of sending and receiving print photos through the mail.

The People's Court - Why Community Organizing Is the Way to Realize Gideon's Promise

Next week marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most significant Supreme Court decisions this country’s criminal justice system has ever known – Gideon v. Wainwright (1963), which guaranteed criminal defendants the right to a defense attorney regardless of their ability to pay.

Aotearoa Chronicles: Week 3 "The Factory"

There are moments in life that remind me of things I've forgotten, like my parents immigration journey in intricate detail. "The Factory", the first Samoan musical was like finding the secret I knew best, my parents story.

An Animator's Life: How Big Business Is Growing and Killing My Art Form

A young animator has seen her industry grow exponentionaly over the past few years. But is the greed destroying the integrity of the art?
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