Que aparezcan con vida, los 30.000 desaparecidos— Madres de Plaza de Mayo is now at The Front, San Ysidro’s Collaborative for Art and Design and art gallery.
“Hope is real, imagining is plausible, reality is a dream.
Present days are a challenge, however it is up to us; the citizens, to keep dreaming up our future even when conditions are stacked against us. Dreaming has become a political act, a rebel one, but not all dreams are good dreams. Is reality a dream or a nightmare? Who dreamed it? There was a moment in time when the “American dream” was something to fight for. What has become of that? If the dreamers are no longer welcome, who ́s going to dream? Where is the dream going to go? What becomes of this new reality?”
“Casa Familiar is the leading service and community development organization in the community of San Ysidro, providing over 40 bilingual programs and services at six different sites in the community. Programs range from Civic Engagement to Health & Social Services, Arts & Culture to Education.”