Although a tattoo removal may be seen as a physical procedure, tattoos represent very personal and emotional histories in our lives. The Epiphany Project is designed with these things in mind, offering the life and leadership skills to guide the emotional aspects of the tattoo removal process.
Are you upset with the policies controlling your community? You can change that!
For too long our communities have been underrepresented by local, state and federal officials. You can change that.
Represent your neighborhood. Gain political clout.
Sunday, July 6th, 2014
ATENCION SUR DE CALIFORNIA!
LA ALIANZA POR LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DE LOS NINOS REFUGIADOS Y SUS FAMILIAS, HACE EL LLAMADO A UNA PROTESTA EN APOYO DE LOS NINOS PRESOS EN LAS CARCELES DE MIGRACION!
LUNES, 7 DE JULIO A MEDIODIA EN EL EDIFICIO FEDERAL DEL CENTRO DE LOS ANGELES!
VAMOS TODOS COMPANEROS, NO DEJEMOS SOLOS A LOS NINOS INMIGRANTES!
ALTO AL RASCISMO!
LOS NINOS INMIGRANTES DEBEN DE SER TRATADOS COMO A TODOS LOS NINOS!
Sunday, May 18th, 2014
Please send your representative in the California senate a message that solitary confinement is an inhumane act that needs to stop. That Hancock’s SB982 will make it a law for anyone suspected to be part of any prison group or what they call Security Threat Groups to be segregated in a secure housing unit without [...]
Monday, March 17th, 2014
“PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo” a play by Paul Paul S. Flores, directed by Michael John Garces and starring Ric Salinas of Culture Clash will go on a six city U.S. Tour this coming spring including dates with the GALA Hispanic Theatre in Washington, DC, Salinas, Laney College Theater in Oakland, Los Angeles Theater Center,Su Teatro [...]