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.
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Sunday, June 7th, 2015
Central American Youth Conference You can help us reach our goal In solidarity with Central American Refugees (CAR), Homies Unidos is proposing to put together the first locally-accessible Central American Youth Conference. The main purpose will be to ensure that these refugee youth feel welcomed, to celebrate and promote Central American art and culture, provide […]
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
Homies Unidos has advocated for just policies to deal with the issue of violence that plagues not just the streets of Los Angeles but also the streets of Central America. We will be joining School of The Americas Watch in their mission to close down this school that has trained many dictators an assassins throughout […]
Sunday, August 17th, 2014
Concert “VOS SOS MI CANTO” dedicated to children detained in the centers of migration. On October 4th we will start 5:30PM with a Immigration forum. We have organize two shows, 7PM and 9:30 pm, with the collaboration of distinguished Central American artists (see below), we will also collect basic necessities that children need in a […]