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Rosario Laksa

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Arts and Entertainment: An Interview with Nomi from Power Struggle

With the release of his new album, “In Your Hands“, Nomi from the hip hop group, Power Struggle sits down with PRT to talk about music, organizing, identity and stealing […]

Arts and Entertainment: A Review of American Promise

A review of American Promise: a documentary about 2 black youths and their journey in US education. To be followed around with a camera for 13 years, from the age […]

Arts and Entertainment: An Interview with Professor Brian Oblivion

Professor Brian Oblivion is a producer, DJ and entrepreneur from the San Francisco Bay Area. His 2011 debut release, “The Dark Realities of the Moment,” was given glowing reviews at […]

Arts and Entertainment: A Review of Richard Montoya’s “The River”

BY ROSARIO LAKSA Navigating through one’s identity is difficult enough as it is but set upon the backdrop of an intersection of cultures, amid the borderlands of means and expectation, […]