Saturday, October 22 · 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Primera Taza Coffee House
3310 S. Central Ave
Save the Date Friends!
Alejandra Leyva is having her debut musical show at Primera Taza Cafe’s new location!
She is offering donations for the show to Dream Team Los Angeles (DTLA) (www.dreamteamla.org)
Come with an open heart and an open mind. This will be a night to absorb music, connect with the earth, connect with the universe, connect with each other, to reflect and to participate.
“I believe the answers lie within ourselves when we recognize our own humanity and when we recognize the humanity in all living beings. It is important to tune into each other. I offer this space to those willing to connect, grow, and work to create a world where values driven by love and respect as opposed to values driven by profit over people and hate govern our actions and laws.”
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7:00-7:30pm- Doors Open (You are welcome to come to the cafe any time before)
Dream Team L.A. will be tabling and having an info session. Get informed and get involved with the Dream Act Movement & other issues deeply and negatively affecting our world today.
7:30pm – Opening Act
8-9:30pm – Ale + special treats!
9:30-10pm – Tentative Open Mic (bring yo instruments)
Se me largan.
Save the date everyone! Come enjoy awesome food and sing your favorite tunes to support the Dream Movement!!!
$5 Cover Charge
We will be selling pupusas, tamales, t-shirts, and drinks
We will also be having a game of Loteria!!
Let’s make it a fun night.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
UCLA Labor Center
675 S. Park View, Los Angeles, CA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Friday June 17, 2011
Media Contact : Nancy Meza (424)785-4013
“Intersecting Realities:Visions of Immigrant Narrative,” Art Exhibit
Why: This art show attempts to showcase the multiple and complex identities of undocumented immigrant students. For the past 10 years immigrant youth have organized all over the Nation for the passage of the Federal DREAM Act and for the rights of immigrants. Dreamers have emerged as leaders and have created an organic movement from the ground up. Yet Dreamers also posses multiple identities beyond organizers and activists, they are sisters, brothers, daughters, loved ones, sons, partners, workers and artist. Through the arts we hope to show the identities of immigrant students, the complete human reality.
What: Over 200 students and community members will be present at the UCLA Downtown Labor Center for art exhibit called “Intersecting Realities: Visions of Immigrant Narrative.’” The art that we will be showing has been critical for the DREAM Act, immigrant right movements and social justice movements. We will be displaying the “Dream Visualized,” project was inspired by the life of Cinthya Felix and Tam Tran, two great women Dream Act leaders who passed away last May 2010 and we will be also showing different multi media art.
When: Saturday June 18, 2011 from 6:15pm-10pm
Where: UCLA Downtown Labor Center
675 South Park View Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Who: The opening of the art exhibit will show “Dream Visualized” imagines by Pocho1, the work from Im;arte, and Julio Salgado. International photographer Pocho-1 documents political and cultural movements, Im;arte is a collective of passionate immigrant artist challenging people to re-imagine their voices and stories in order to create a new immigrant narrative and Julio Salgado is a artist who has provided many of the art work around the Dream Act. We will also be unveiling of DREAM Mural and premiering the latest video from Dreamers Adrift. Poetry by Janet Gonzalez, Jesus Iniguez, Mariella Saba and Erick Huerta. We will end the night with a performance by La Chamba.