Dodgers Fans DEMAND Dodgers Take Down Photo Op Pic With Mexican President

December 10, 2014

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This is the Jersey AGON should have given the Mexican President

This past Monday, Dodgers fans from Mexican descent were meant with the surprising and shocking news that Adrian Gonzalez was captured giving Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, a personalized #23 Dodgers jersey. That picture was uploaded in the social media sites operated by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Immediately fans began commenting and urging for the Dodgers to take the photo down.

As a lifelong and die-hard Dodgers fan, I was very upset! I am a passionate Dodgers fans who goes to about 20 games per season but my PASSION for Justice is stronger than my allegiance to my beloved team. After voicing my concerns in the Dodgers instagram account, I decided to give them a call this morning and talked to a represent of their PR department. I talked to a guy named Ray. I was not convinced that my concerns were heard so during my lunch break I decided to go to Dodger Stadium and speak directly to a representative of the Dodgers PR.

I talked to Yvonne Carrasco and explained to her that I ask the Dodgers to take the AGon pic down since it is very disrespectful to their fans who have voiced their concerns in their social media sites. She told me that it was that easy, that she was going to gather my concerns and take it to her team and decide where they go from here. I told her that their is nothing to think about and I gave her an example. I told her to imagine the Dodgers giving Darren Wilson a Dodgers Jersey while people are on the streets protesting and chanting, “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!,” and “I can’t breathe!” Yvonne disagree with me and stated both are separate incidents. She then informed me why people don’t focus on the great things that AGon has done to help our community and that the picture wasn’t political but people have made it political. I informed her that it is political. And if she didn’t want this to be bigger than it is, I let her know that by removing the pic will alleviate some of the damage. I went on to informed her that by the Dodgers ignoring peoples’ comments to remove the AGON pic and then uploading a Zack Greinke picture in their Instragram account that was a very disrespectful act.

I asked Yvonne if she was of Mexican descent to see if she truly understand where I was coming from. She said she wasn’t but stated that she understood my point of view. One doesn’t have to be of Mexican descent to see the damage that picture has done when the country is trying to heal from the loses of the 43 college students of Ayotzinapa and the thousands of lives that have been loss due to the Narco Government that has operated in Mexico for years. Yvonne is of Ecuadorian descent and after hearing her talk about Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa being a “communist,” made me come to a conclusion that her politics are pretty conservative given that Correa is not a communist but is a very Progressive President who has done more for Ecuador than all the right wingers did while they were in office.

If the Dodgers continue to ignore the fans demands to bring the AGON photo down, expect them to receive a huge backlash from the community. The community will want answers to their questions and the reputation of Adrian Gonzalez will be tarnished in our community. To avoid further damage it is in the best interest of the Dodgers organization to remove the picture and remove it immediately.

Below is the picture that has created this backlash and the pictures I took during my trip to Dodger Stadium to voice my concerns. This was the paper I handed over to her hoping she understand that Dodgers Fans stand on the side of Justice and in solidarity with the Ayotzinapa movement.

The November/December 2014 Community Connection is NOW AVAILABLE!

December 9, 2014


Read about issues that you won’t get in the LA Times. Here you will find my article on The Homeless World Cup in Chile, Residents learning about the Participatory Budgeting, How the International Revolutionaries Day came about, Ayotzinapa and about the Homeless Bill of Rights. These articles and much more can be found in this latest edition of the Community Connection.

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Videos Del Concierto De Molotov En La Plaza Condesa

December 3, 2014

El 5 de Octubre del 2012, Molotov toco en la Plaza Condesa de la Ciudad de Mexico y tube la oportunidad de ir a este concierto chingon, ya que estaba en la cuidad cubriendo el Homeless World Cup que se llevo acabo en el Zocalo.

Hoy tocan en el Regent Theatre de Los Angeles y otra vez los voy a ir a verlos. Para revivir los momentos de la ultima vez que los vi, aqui les dejo estos videos que grabe. Disfrutenlos:

Todos Somos Ayotzinapa–Marcha en Solidaridad desde Los Angeles

November 30, 2014

Asi se vieron las marchas de solidaridad en el Paro Nacional, 20 de Noviembre, el dia de la Revolucion en Mexico.

Paul Boden Discusses Homelessness in America

November 30, 2014

My dear friend, Paul Boden, a longtime homeless advocate and a leader in the homeless rights movement was a guest on the Tavis Smiley show to discuss homelessness in America. Tavis did a great job at letting its viewers know about Paul’s new book. If you want a copy of the book please go to
Here is Paul’s piece at the Tavis Smiley show.

Please feel free to share this video to whomever you think will benefit from it.

Feliz Cumpleaños, Victor Jara!!

September 28, 2014

Hoy es el cumpleaños de nuestro querido Victor Jara. El estaria cumpliendo 82 años con su pueblo querido. La mejor manera que yo puedo recordarlo es compartir 15 canciones que me gustan de el. Yo tengo la coleccion de su musica asi que 15 canciones son muy dificil para mi pero espero que disfruten de ellas. Aqui les va:

Salvador Allende Y El Discurso Que Dio Vuelta Al Mundo

September 11, 2014

Para recordar a Salvador Allende en este 11 de Septiembre les dejo aqui uno de sus discursos mas bellos que dio en la Universidad de Guadalajara. Este discurso es considerado uno de los mas importantes de Allende y me atrevo a decir que uno de los mas importantes discursos en Latino America y el mundo.
El discurso que le dio vuelta al mundo en su completo. Yo llore escuchando este discurso en un dia como hoy.

Compañero, Salvador Allende!

Discurso de Salvador Allende

September 4, 2014

Hoy se cumplen 44 años del dia que  Salvador Allende se convirtio el el primer Presidente Socialista de America Latina.

Aqui les dejo su discurso de dio aquel 4 de Septiembre 1970:




Talib Kweli Puts Don Lemon On Blast

August 24, 2014

I have respect for Talib Kweli for holding it down and for doing what others have wanted to do and that put Don Lemon in check!
Check the whole video.

Here is one of my favorite songs where Talib Kweli makes an appearance on The Coup’s My Favorite Mutiny.

Organizers Successfully Block ZIM Ship From Entering Port of Oakland

August 21, 2014

My dear friend Reem Assil from AROC, organizers from the Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and people throughout the Bay Area who support the Palestinian cause successfully blocked the ZIM ship from entering the Port of Oakland. Here is a beautiful short video of the amazing demonstration that happened in Oakland.

If you support this demonstration, please consider making a donation to Arab Resource & Organizing Center at:

Please spread the word. To learn more about the BDS movement go to:


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