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Here are links mentioned at the end of Leila’s Graduation Show. Thank you for participating David, Cathy, and Melissa! http://www.usworker.coop/ http://movetoamend.org/ http://cheeseboardcollective.coop
check out her work Also check out her clothing line Supreme Queen Bottom right: Kevin Epps documentary filmmaker, visit his website here Bottom left: Beatriz Herrera of POWER check out their website Group photo left to right: Prema Jackson, Kevin Epps, Rheema Calloway, Autty G. and Beatriz Herrera Also check out the film “Take This Hammer” on Vimeo
Enjoy our stories of love, devotion, and even deception… A big thanks to all the local restaurants that made their food available… please take the time to support local businesses..
Thank you Taste of the Himalayas
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Address: 4218 Park Blvd, Oakland, CA 94602
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Address: 1298 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94103
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First Voice media takes a close look at the connection between violent, first person, shooter games and the increasing militarization of our society. For years, there’s been widespread speculation about the relationship between violent video games and violence in the real world. Joystick Warriors provides the clearest account yet of the latest research on this issue. Drawing on the insights of media scholars, military analysts, combat veterans, and gamers themselves, “Joystick Warriors” trains its sights on the wildly popular genre of first-person shooter games, exploring how the immersive experience they offer links up with the larger stories we tell ourselves as a culture about violence, militarism, guns, and manhood.
check out Anita Sarkeesian online at feministfrequency.