African-American residents of East Palo Alto met at the Tulip L. Jones Women's Club, in anticipation of the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama. As EPA.net staff captured their stories about voting throughout their lives, the profound meaning of the upcoming inauguration became truly apparent.
Produced by Liz Savusa and Anthony Clark
for the Silicon Valley for Barack Obama campaign.
EPA.net staff joined more than 100 residents of East Palo Alto to watch the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama. The staff captured the moment and the enthusiasm and reflections of residents on what this would mean for their lives and for their communities.
Produced by Jesus Hernandez and Jesus Avalos with Liz Savusa and Anthony Clark.
The men and women of the East Palo Alto Sanitary District work hard each day to keep the city's sewers functioning - and important element of daily life that most of us never think about. Join "Zeuss" Avalos as he leads you through the streets with these hardworking crew members.
Produced by Jesus Avalos, Monica Malfavon, Soli Tuuluapua at EPA.net
For the East Palo Alto Sanitary District
EPA.net is a youth social enterprise based in East Palo Alto, California, that trains young people in digital media skills as they produce professional work for clients, and maintain the community's online resource and communication portal, http://www.epa.net.
Dr. Emmett Carson reflects on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in the wake of the election and inauguration of President Barack Obama. The talk was given at a meeting of the East Palo Alto "Fellowship of Faith" meeting held in February 2009.
Produced by Liz Savusa, Jesus Hernandez, and Jesus Avalos
for the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
A celebration of 10 years of technology infrastructure building in East Palo Alto by the East Palo Alto Digital Village.
Tuesday, February 9, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM at the East Palo Alto City Hall.
In this clip, Dr. Faye McNair-Knox, Executive Director of One East Palo Alto, introduces the evening agenda to celebrate successes, honor the people who made it happen, and talk about what will be coming up in the future.
The mission of the WiFi 101 effort that culminates a decade of work is to transform the East Palo Alto and east Menlo Park communities so that all have broadband access anytime and anywhere - to make available a ubiquitous, affordable, and sustainable broadband system to the entire East of Bayshore community.
For more information on WiFi 101 see:
Video segment produced by Jesus Hernandez and Soli Tuulaupua, EPA.net.