Author Archives: angelicaekeke


© 2014 One World Journalist Hola Familia! I am so excited TO ANNOUNCE my first photo exhibit! If you’re free FRIDAY, COME OUT from 6:00-10:00! Some of my photos will be displayed alongside some of the Bay’s best photojournalists. It will be held at 518 VALENCIA ST here in the city’s Mission District. There will […]

Alfonso Texidor : la leyenda de la Misión

Poet, retiring translator, and editor for El Tecolote , a community newspaper within San Francisco’s Mission District,  Alfonso Texidor 66, began his journey in the slums of  San Juan, Puerto Rico before his family migrated to New York. As a self defined revolutionary, he spent his time being involved with several advocacy organizations before making […]

Buenas Noticias para El Calle 24

Hola Familia! There was great news this past week.  24th Street is now designated as the Latino Cultural District in San Francisco.  The resolution was voted on by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. I am excited for this breakthrough in the fight against gentrification, and I am looking forward to more progressive news that will […]

24 on 24th Street

  Hola Familia! I know I have been gone for a while, but I am back with some exciting news!  I am currently working on a story with the San Francisco Chronicle on a project they call 24 on 24th. The purpose of the project is to tell 24 stories( ranging from people, businesses, and […]

El Cambio Rápido en la Misión

This short film highlights Mission artist Carlos Barón as he shares his thoughts about the rapid gentrification taking place in the Mission District.

Random Wednesday

Here is a photo I wanted to share from an event I covered last weekend in Oakland called ” The Collide”. I thought it was a great action shot that exuded great emotion. Enjoy!

No es un adios. Que es hasta pronto: It is not a goodbye. It is see you soon

I cannot believe that it has been four months already. The first time I learned that I would have to report on a neighborhood that I didn’t know, I was terrified. I was new here in the city, and I hardly knew anyone at my new school, let alone a new neighborhood, but I knew […]

Mission Artists use the arts to express their grief over their dying community

Ellis Act eviction Graph On a sweltering Saturday morning, local Mission residents peek outside of their windows, as they hear the chant “Aqui estamos y no nos vamos” (We are here, and we are not leaving ).These were the voices of more than 400 local residents and supporters who participated in a community-organized anti-eviction march, […]

Community groups present Christmas play : “La Posarela”

Bright lights and live holiday music set the stage for a charming and diverse cast of over 70 people during the rehearsal of the musical “La Posarela.” “La Posarela,” now in its fifth year, will be presented at Brava Theater on Sunday, Dec. 8. It is a combination of the Mexican tradition of Posadas and […]

Famous Cuban Dance Group Comes to the Mission

Afro-Cuban group “Siete Potencias” performed at the Mission Cultural Center Theater,Friday,Nov. 15 and are continuing the fun, while they are still in town, by holding a dance workshop at the ODC Dance Commons, Nov. 30. 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. This group hails from the eastern region of Cuba known as “Oriente.” They represent the […]