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2nd Annual Filipino American History Month Festival – Tobera Project

Watsonville City Plaza 358 Main St., Watsonville

Join the Tobera Project’s 2nd annual Filipino American History Month festival on the Watsonville City Plaza from on Saturday Oct. 7th from 12-5pm.  The event will celebrate and honor our proud and rich history here in the Pajaro Valley since the 1920’s. The festival will feature cultural arts and food vendors from the region. Guests […]

Never Again is Now: Japanese American Women Activists and the Legacy of the Mass Incarceration Opening Reception

Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery, Cowell College Cowell College‎ 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz

Japanese American women who experienced the World War II mass incarceration have a long history of activism that includes protests within the camps, participation in the social movements of the 1960s, and the successful campaign for a national apology and monetary redress. They, their daughters, granddaughters, and non-binary individuals continue to invoke memories of the […]

Ambassa in America featuring Arivu

Quarry Amphitheater 1156 High St, Santa Cruz

ARIVU is a soulful composer, versatile song writer, fierce rapper and an energetic performer all fused into one package. He is best-known for his contributions in the global hit Single Enjoy Enjaami besides his hard-hitting political raps which made him one of the most powerful youth voice coming out of India. Through his rebellious singles […]