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Across the Board…Across the Borders ~ Dec. 1st 7-10 PM ~ $7 ~ KGB ~ Downtown


Friday, December 1st, 2006

KGB Gallery 1640 North Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90012

Time : 7pm - Midnight

A collection of contemporary multi-media artists both local and
international (photography, painting, drawing, letterpress printing, graffiti, metal/mixed media sculptures) will address worldwide issues regarding immigration, politics, AIDS/HIV. This event will help raise funds for the non-profit organizations Familias Unidas and The Salvation Army (Mexico Territory Units). Both organizations are dedicated to delivering quality counseling, advocacy, and information services to multicultural communities such as Tijuana, Mexico and
Richmond, CA. Their programs include: mental health, education and prevention, youth development, and HIV/AIDS services. All art, vendor sales, and an entry donation of $7.00 will be contributed to the organizations.

DJ set by: Rude One

Performance by: Ruben Guevara, Gabriela Garcia Medina

Vendors: Monica Hernandez, De La Luna Designs, Love Caps, Gabriela Garcia Medina

Artists: Robert Lebsack, Berto Morfin, Emi M., Dsrupt, Daniel Gonzalez, Umar Rashid aka Frowhak, Sunset Karner, Jose Macasocol Jr. , Alfie Numeric, John Ildelfonso, James Naish, Dalila Mendez, Ricardo Cuevas M.

Our Mission:

During the first half of this year, we have witnessed a growing threat towards immigrant communities and people who serve and seek to better the conditions in which they live in this country. HR3347 is not just an attack on immigrants; it is an attack on the very nucleus of our society. Our compassion and understanding towards the plight of another human being has been dictated by a question of legal status in this country. This attack coalesced our communities to participate in the March 25th and May 1st protest. It is in this spirit that we seek to widen the scope of this issue to include the conditions that cause immigration into this country:
poverty, lack of resources and a fair chance to higher education. As artists, we are given a voice to our communities, through images and words. As artists empowered with this voice, we have a responsibility to become active participants in our society and become a part of the solution.

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