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Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective                                                          This is the final; and most important of my editorial series […]

 Oxnard PD Current “OPT-OUT” Conditions and the Recommendations Made by CORE

 Oxnard PD Current “OPT-OUT” Conditions and the Recommendations Made by CORE

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective  CORE, community members and the Oxnard Police Department (OPD) met on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at the old Social Security building.  The Acuna Arts Collective has been utilizing the building as a temporary home, courtesy of the city […]

Book Fair | Feria de los Libros | The Acuna Arts Collective

Book Fair | Feria de los Libros | The Acuna Arts Collective

 With Books You Can Let Your Imagination Fly | Con Libros Puedes Volar con tu Imaginacion The Acuna Arts Collective  is proud to present a Book Fair on March 9 featuring local writers/Escritores: Florencia Ramirez, Amada Perez, Rene Corado, Leo Hernandez, Martin Gonzalez, Jose Mendoza, Dennis O’Leary, Javier Gomez, Frank Barajas, Ana Bermudez, Jose Alamillo, […]

Latino Art and its importance in the local/national dialogue

Latino Art and its importance in the local/national dialogue

.   By Armando Vazquez, M.Ed. Latinos were the flavor of the month, on and off, throughout the 1980’s for many disingenuous politicians and the news media in America. Television and news publications became enamored (delusional) with what appeared to a sure fire upward trajectory of Latino political influence. So while the Latino masses watched […]