• Osito: ProblemAddict (Ep. 5)

    Monday, September 1, 2014

    “Osito” is a weekly web series that follows the life of Julio, a 30 year-old freelance artist living in the Bay area. Julio lives with Jesús, a 30 year-old social media type who dabbles in writing and making music. Part real life, part fiction, and a lot of bullshit, this series aims to make fun [...]

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  • GENTEfication

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

    Pueblote billboard on 24th and Bryant in the Mission district in San Francisco, CA. Thanks to Galeria de La Raza (galeriadelaraza.org), the PODER youth (podersf.org), and CultureStrike artists (culturestrike.net) Julio Salgado (juliosalgado.com) and Susa Cortez. Poem by Jesús Iñiguez. Music by GB (giftedandblessed.com). ==== “Oftentimes, I feel like these words I speak no longer belong [...]

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  • Beats Not Borders (7/10/14)

    Thursday, August 14, 2014
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  • “Hum-Undocumented” by Soultree

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

    Presenting: “Secrets & Borders: Our Stories Are All We Have” This is a collaboration between DreamersAdrift.com and four amazing story-tellers. This month, #PrideMonth, we will be releasing a weekly video from these amazing queer and undocumented artists who have a story to tell. These are only four stories. What is yours? Written by Soultree. Artwork [...]

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  • “Letter to My Family of Displaced Peoples” by Kemi

    Tuesday, June 17, 2014

    Presenting: “Secrets & Borders: Our Stories Are All We Have” This is a collaboration between DreamersAdrift.com and four amazing story-tellers. This month, #PrideMonth, we will be releasing a weekly video from these amazing queer and undocumented artists who have a story to tell. These are only four stories. What is yours? Written by Kemi. Artwork [...]

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  • “The Ashes” by Yosimar Reyes

    Monday, June 16, 2014

    This is a collaboration between DreamersAdrift.com and four amazing story-tellers. This month, #PrideMonth, we will be releasing a weekly video from these amazing queer and undocumented artists who have a story to tell. These are only four stories. What is yours? Written by Yosimar Reyes. Artwork by Julio Salgado. Captured and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. [...]

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  • “Hairfull of Secrets” by Carla

    Wednesday, June 4, 2014

    Presenting: “Secrets & Borders: Our Stories Are All We Have” This is a collaboration between DreamersAdrift.com and four amazing story-tellers. This month, #PrideMonth, we will be releasing a weekly video from these amazing queer and undocumented artists who have a story to tell. These are only four stories. What is yours? Written by Carla Lopez. [...]

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  • Osito: Heartbroken (Ep. 4)

    Friday, March 7, 2014

    “Osito” is a weekly web series that follows the life of Julio, a 30 year-old freelance artist living in the Bay area. Julio lives with Jesús, a 30 year-old social media type who dabbles in writing and making music. Part real life, part fiction, and a lot of bullshit, this series aims to make fun [...]

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  • Osito: First Impressions Are Crucial (Ep. 3)

    Friday, March 7, 2014

    “Osito” is a weekly web series that follows the life of Julio, a 30 year-old freelance artist living in the Bay area. Julio lives with Jesús, a 30 year-old social media type who dabbles in writing and making music. Part real life, part fiction, and a lot of bullshit, this series aims to make fun [...]

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  • “Ride With Ya” [official music video]

    Friday, February 14, 2014

    written by (in order of appearance) Ju Hong, Krsna Avila, Jesús Iñiguez, and Beto Ortiz produced by GB (www.giftedandblessed.com) song recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jesús Iñiguez (December, 2012. Berkeley, CA) video captured and edited by Jesús Iñiguez (with support from Beto Ortiz) filmed in Berkeley, Oakland, and Treasure Island. California representing! Song was recorded [...]

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Sep / 1

Osito: ProblemAddict (Ep. 5)

“Osito” is a weekly web series that follows the life of Julio, a 30 year-old freelance artist living in the Bay area. Julio lives with Jesús, a 30 year-old social media type who dabbles in writing and making music. Part real life, part fiction, and a lot of bullshit, this series aims to make fun [...]

Aug / 14

GENTEfication

Pueblote billboard on 24th and Bryant in the Mission district in San Francisco, CA. Thanks to Galeria de La Raza (galeriadelaraza.org), the PODER youth (podersf.org), and CultureStrike artists (culturestrike.net) Julio Salgado (juliosalgado.com) and Susa Cortez. Poem by Jesús Iñiguez. Music by GB (giftedandblessed.com). ==== “Oftentimes, I feel like these words I speak no longer belong [...]

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Oct / 8

The Bravest Dream of All (non-fiction)

By Berenice Villegas Berenice, is a Dreamer and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 13. She graduated from Columbia University in 2011 with a degree in Environmental Biology. She was a member of the NYSYLC until 2011.     I had decided to leave the U.S. after I got accepted with a scholarship into a Master’s program in [...]

Artwork by Favianna Rodriguez

Sep / 22

No One is Illegal (poetry/spoken word)

By Antoine Cassar Antoine, is the editor of a no-borders artistic newspaper called Le monde n’est pas rond (The World is Not Round), based in Luxembourg, published in 4 languages. He is a migrant poet, born in one country of parents from another, currently living somewhere inbetween. “Passport”, a poem printed in the form of an ‘anti-passport’ [...]

Illustration by Julio Salgado

Aug / 1

Dreamer 9 (poetry)

By Abel Salas   Abel Salas, is a poet and journalist based in Los Angeles. He edits and publishes Brooklyn & Boyle, a community arts newspaper in LA’s East Side and has shared his poetry with audiences across the U.S., Mexico and Cuba. His work as a journalist has been featured in the Los Angeles [...]