Family Art Nights bring professional teaching artists into schools to conduct workshops in different arts disciplines for one special evening. Participating families experience arts activities with their children. In this video, Nopal Media explores the greater meaning of engaging in the arts as a family. Check out the interviews with the parents of students at Ohlone and Hall elementary schools.


Santa Cruz community gathers on West Cliff and out in the ocean to commemorate our fallen brothers, sisters, and non-binary kin whose lives were taken in the massacre at club Pulse in Orlando.


“Workers in San Quintin are in the same conditions as workers in the US 50 years ago. How can Driscoll’s justify that workers there earn $6 for 12 hours or more of work. That is not dignified work for a human” – Maestra Gloria Gracida


Un saludo del compañero y paisano Ramon Torres del sindicato independiente, Familias Unidas por la Justicia.


Repainting the Beach Flats murals


Spotlight on Maestra Blanca Soto

Another collaboration with Danzantes Media. By Edgar Ontiveros and Rosa Angélica Castañeda. Maestra Blanca Soto from Tierra Blanca Dance Company shares her insight on the importance of women in shaping the history of Mexico and the importance of educating youth through Folklórico dance.

Mercadito Feature with Maldición


Ohlone Mural in Santa Cruz


Jose Lucas—Beach Flats Community Garden testimonial


Caravana 43 en Santa Cruz


Santa Cruz Light up the Night event


Beach Flats Community Garden march to Santa Cruz City Council


Caravana 43 chant


Chant from UCSC–Vivos se los llevaron, vivos los queremos


Rubi’s Mobile Massage Studio


Ayotzinapa a 4 meses


Cuéntame un cuento

UCSC for Ayotzinapa

Luis Rodriguez on solidarity, justice and youth power

Poet L7 featuring at KPP Slam


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