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On our fifth year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to create a Black&Brown Unity mural. The theme of this mural was to highlight the stories of black and brown men who had been incarcerated or in a detention center. The youth also wanted to include different aspects of history, culture, and struggles that we share. The mural was in collaboration with Allan Temple Church and their youth. In this video we follow the process of creating this beautiful mural in Deep East Oakland.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Aceves.

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Lazaro

On our third year continuing the mural project the young people decided they wanted to highlight the untold stories of Braceros. In collaboration with Don Luis Magaña for Project Voz, the young people traveled various times to stockton to speak and hear the stories of Braceros. Here we follow the story of former Bracero, Don Flores.

(Spanish interview-No English Subtitles) 67 Sueños was not only interviewing the youth being affected by the current immigration policies but also the teachers, parents, and day to day workers to see what they think about the issue. In this interview we hear Carlo share his thoughts on AB131.

In this story we interviewed a young adult and his experience navigating the education system as an undocumented student. He shares his story, experiences, hopes, and dreams to the reality of his life. He also highlights how his love for art has helped him channel his energy into something positive.

Prior to AB-60, a license was something many undocumented families could not legally acquire, but driving to work and picking up their children from school are not things that families can do without. This story speaks to the experiences that undocumented folks face while driving without a license.

In this video we follow the reality of a 15-year-old young man from Deep East Oakland who lives in fear of being separated from his family.  This story speaks to the experiences that undocumented young people face while living in Oakland.