1. Why We Need The Digital NEST

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    Veremos Productions made this short video to promote the new, non-profit DigitalNest program in Watsonville CA. The goal is to explain to the general public and potential funders the day-to-day frustrations of youth in our region who grow up on the wrong side of the "Digital Divide" - and they live only 45 minutes away from Silicon Valley! The DigitalNEST aims to rectify that situation; watch the video to see how. Muchísimas gracias to the courageous, articulate and motivated young people who volunteered to appear in the video. Also, thanks to Osiris Ortiz of the UCSC Educational Partnership Center, and Jacob Martinez, founder of the Digital NEST. More info at digitalnest.org

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    • Fearless Documentary Trailer

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      from Amilcar Monterroso / Added

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      A driven filmmaker and a group of Latino teens uncover the barriers keeping Urban youth from accomplishing their dreams.

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      • Victor and Erika Ep. 2 "Two Lines" - Latino web series

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        from Ricardo O Villalba / Added

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        In this episode Victor gets upset with Erika, Sebastian has a serious conversation with Victor and Erika has a new discovery.

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        • Victor and Erika Ep.1 "First Day of School"

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          In this episode, Victor meets Erika's ex-boyfriend and reunites with the vice principal of his school.

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          • POL America's Sunday Supper in San Antonio

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            Points of Light, Target and, CEO of Muñoz & Company, hosted a dinner event at the San Antonio Museum of Art on August 29, 2013 for more than 130 invited guests as part of part of Points of Light’s national series of America’s Sunday Suppers. The Suppers are designed to bring together people with diverse experiences and backgrounds to talk about how the education and service sectors can collaborate to help youth achieve their dreams. The focus in San Antonio was on Latino youth empowerment. Speakers included San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro: Donald Graham, chairman and CEO of The Washington Post Company; Cesar Conde, president of Univision Networks; Gaby Pacheco, director of American Bridge Project: Gloria Estefan, Grammy Award winning artist; Tracy Hoover, president of Points of Light, and Laysha Ward, president of Community Relations for Target. Young singer Sebastien de la Cruz sang the national anthem. Guests deliberated on how to use Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of tolerance and equality to empower Latino youth to achieve success through education. In honor of Dr. King, the Supper also recognized the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, during which he delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.

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            • A closer look at America's Sunday Supper in San Antonio

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              Points of Light, Target and, CEO of Muñoz & Company, hosted a dinner event at the San Antonio Museum of Art on August 29, 2013 for more than 130 invited guests as part of part of Points of Light’s national series of America’s Sunday Suppers. The Suppers are designed to bring together people with diverse experiences and backgrounds to talk about how the education and service sectors can collaborate to help youth achieve their dreams. The focus in San Antonio was on Latino youth empowerment. Speakers included San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro: Donald Graham, chairman and CEO of The Washington Post Company; Cesar Conde, president of Univision Networks; Gaby Pacheco, director of American Bridge Project: Gloria Estefan, Grammy Award winning artist; Tracy Hoover, president of Points of Light, and Laysha Ward, president of Community Relations for Target. Young singer Sebastien de la Cruz sang the national anthem. Guests deliberated on how to use Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of tolerance and equality to empower Latino youth to achieve success through education. In honor of Dr. King, the Supper also recognized the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, during which he delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.

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              • 10 YR Project Stepping Stone VIDEO

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                Learn about Project Stepping Stone, hear from our university host sponsors, and also from PSS students themselves. We are proud of being able to help hundreds of Latino HS students find themselves and their futures during our week-long college tour at PSS. Enjoy the video and pass it on!

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                • Can't Hold Me Back Trailer

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                  Can’t Hold Me Back follows a 17-year-old youth from Detroit, Fernando Parraz Jr. as he becomes the first in his family to earn a high school diploma—his ticket out of the struggles of growing up poor in the inner city. With a mountain of roadblocks stacked against his educational achievement, Fernando finds support from an unlikely figure: his father—a former gangster who has suffered the costs of his own mistakes. This is a 16-min. short executive produced by ITVS and will be part of the PBS’s Online Film Festival in March.

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                  • Día 7 - Elden Ramírez

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                    oct. 19 / Friday - Elden Ramirez “Changed for Restoration”

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                    • Nueva Voz - Alameda Theatre Company

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                      Promotional video for Alameda Theatre Company, profiling "Nueva Voz: a Latino Youth Initiative"

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