Posts Tagged ‘Beautiful’

Black Lives Matter Los Angeles 

July 11, 2016

What was supposed to be a gathering of about 200 people at a Black Lives Matter L.A. event at Chuco’s Justice Center turned into a 2,000 plus rally at Inglewood’s Centinela Park. 

We gathered here before we took the streets and March the streets of Inglewood. It was a very peaceful march with over 2,000 people. 

Sunset Pics Before Blood Moon

September 27, 2015

Beautiful Sunset before the Blood Moon tonight.

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Peaceful March in Skid Row

February 21, 2015

Today on the 50th death anniversary of Malcolm X, the community of Skid Row organized a peaceful march from Gladys Park to San Julian Park. In honor of Black History Month, the march was to pay tribute to our brothers and sisters who have passed away and to allow their spirit to continue to strengthen us as we continue to struggle for a more peaceful and just world.
The march was in silence but was deeply spiritual as members of the community played the drums and carry Sage. When the march ended in San Julian Park, a group of people were already there and after congregating for a while, the AGAPE choir led the community with some beautiful music.

Here are photos from today’s event.

Remembering Joaquin Rodrigo

July 6, 2014

Today is the 15th death anniversary of the great Joaquin Rodrigo. I love his music. I was introduced to it back in 1998 when I would use his music to write my college papers. I am adding this video of his famous Concerto de Aranjuez. One of my favorite parts comes on min 19. Enjoy it.

Soccer Tunnel After GNC Women Identified Game-Copa Comunidad

June 11, 2014

This was the scene after the Gender Non Conforming (GNC) Women Identified Game at our annual Copa Comunidad.

Mural en Honor a Salvador Allende

April 19, 2014

West Coast Day of Action For Homeless Bill of Rights

February 6, 2014

During the MLK weekend, L.A. CAN, Hunger Action LA, Occupy Venice, Food Not Bombs and several other organizations participated in a West Coast Day of Action to bring awareness about the California Homeless Bill of Rights. Member organizations (such as LA CAN) from the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP) had their own special event to bring awareness about the Homeless Bill of Rights in their own city. The following videos will show the successful event that we had in Venice Beach.

Pepper Spray Oley

June 10, 2013

This video gave me the chills! To quote Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are A-Changin.”

The Beauty of Soccer

April 13, 2011
This is not only an amazing story but demonstrates the power of Soccer.