Street Poets: Healing L.A. Youth Through the Power of the Pen
January 22, 2014
“Now I see since my youth I’ve had the key To open the door inside me This pen & pad will set me free” -“Me Myself & I” by Eric Henderson, Street Poet The idea for Street Poets first came to Chris Henrikson back in 1995, while he was volunteering through the Writer’s Guild of […]Read More
Finding The Way Home: An Artist's Journey
August 21, 2013
By Nuttaphol Ma Years ago, my father visited me when I was working in Hong Kong as a marketing manager for a US multinational. We took a road trip heading north to Shantou, an area where natives speak the same dialect as my grandfather. “Do we have relatives here?” I asked my father. He responded, […]Read More
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