celebración de los cumpleaños de:
show is free! you pay with your fun and drunkness!
Saturday, February 4, 9am to 3pm
Tijuana Maquiladora Tour
Come to learn about Tijuana communities and workers' conditions and struggles!
Citizens returning from Mexico should present an U.S. passport. (Otherwise, they need an official ID, birth certificate, and waiting in line when returning to the U.S. for a period of time to be decided by the border gate officer.) More information: the U.S. State Dept. web site: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_970.html#entry_requirements
Event: TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA: 12 de Diciembre en CECUT
Solidaridad con el pueblo Wixárika (Huichol): No a las minas en Wirikuta (lugar sagrado)!!! Entrada Libre
Ceremonia para Wirikuta por Don Julio Robles (marakame/curandero)
Plática por J. Trinidad Chema Guzman, del Frente en Defensa de Wirikuta
Presentación de video-documental "Flores en el Desierto" (sobre la peregrinación a Wirikuta) Danza Azteca
Calpulli Chicahuac Ollin☼ ☼Performance: Xiuhmixtli Irma Elizondo
Start gathering at 11a at the civic center and we'll be riding from there at 12pm to friendship park where they will be having La Posada sin fronteras.
This is the 17th annual Posada sin fronteras. This Posada is taking place at friendship park. Where the border meets the beach. This event is a symbolic unity between both nations through the border.
There will be traditional music, food and lots of awesomeness...
La Posada sin fronteras
Friends of Friendship Park
Title: Homeless Persons' Memorial Day
START DATE: Monday December 21
TIME: 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Anywhere you are- remember. speak out. defend the LIVES of people who are homeless.
Event Type: Other
HOMELESS PERSONS' MEMORIAL DAY
The First Day of Winter. The Longest Night of the Year.
Homeless people die from systemic violence.
Homeless people die from illnesses that affect everyone, frequently without healthcare.
Homeless people die when government policies deprive them of everything.
The people that live in Tijuana argue for lack of jobs and about the fact that the security in the streets horrible. Why is it that when some of these people receive papers to cross into the United States, still continue to live in Tijuana?
How does this affect us?
After the attempted terrorist acts on September 11th the waiting length to cross the border into the United States drastically increased. This affects the residents, undocumented people in the United States and people that do not have documents to cross.