Join us for a night of Community Power, Platica, y Arte with Live Teatro, Hip Hop, and Son Jaraocho featuring Teatro Alebrijes, LaSofaqueen, Hermanas Salcedo, and a special youth Teatro Presentation. Hosted by Alexis J Casas w Lombriz on the 1s & 2s.
As part of the Civic Action Teatro Zoom event “Farmworker Christmas Fights 1910/2020.” featuring Cristal Gonzalez and Carolina Perez, this is a look at the struggle farmworker families face today with the life threatening risk of a COVID19 infection.
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IYA: The Ex’celen Remember
On November 12th and 13th the Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation (OCEN) and Baktun12 (B12), with the support of the Ethnic Studies and Theater departments of UC San Diego, presented IYA: The Ex’celen Remember at the North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood, on the land of the Kumeyaay, as part of the UC Critical Mission Studies Conference 2021. The cast and crew of this production were made up primarily of local and regional talent that included members of OCEN, Baktun12 and the graduate and undergraduate student community of UCSD.
Inspired and informed by the life work and experiences of Tribal Chairwoman of the Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation, Louise J. Miranda Ramirez, B12 playwright, Luis xago Juárez, was blessed with the responsibility of curating this story for the stage beginning in late 2014. Now, after several readings presented in 2015 and 2017, we, the creators of this project, invite you to be an audience to this third rendering in honor of Native American History month.
We hope you enjoy our latest effort in telling the stories inspired by the peoples’ history of Monterey County.
Luis xago Juárez Playwright/Performer Baktun12
Ep.7 — Community Budget
B12 Live! brings you community power, platica y arte. With Salinas City Council District 1 Carla Viviana González, and City Council District 6 Anthony Rocha. B12 Teatristas: Alexis Casas, Ray Rios, Carina Salcedo, and music by Flaco el Jandro.
Produced and Directed by Cristal Avila Gonzalez, and Alfredo Avila.