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Yvonne Walker Keshick

Photo by Michael G. Stewart

Who knew porcupine quills could be so beautiful?

Yvonne Walker Keshick brings a Native-American tradition into the 21st century.

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Chunky Sanchez

Photo by Michael G. Stewart

Telling history through music

For forty years, Chunky Sanchez has playing and singing the stories of the Chicano people.

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Carla Perlo

Photo by Enoch Chan

Making a neighborhood through art.

How Dance Place’s open door policy helped transform an underserved neighborhood into a vital arts district.

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Rev Jerry Colbert

Photo by Tom Pich

A music older than the blues

Rev Jerry Colbert shares one of the oldest African-American music traditions.

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Kevin Doyle

Photo by Tom Pich

Kevin Doyle talks about his life-long passion for dance.

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Ralph Fasanella

Photo courtesy Estate of Ralph Fasanella

An artist of, by, and for the people

Blue-collar worker and union organizer Ralph Fasanella would have been 100 this week.  His paintings of urban working class people struggling and thriving continue to live on.

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