Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau (Host) and Craig Pasqua (Co Host) interviews Jessie Hernandez (Yaqui/Chicano) for the first 20 minutes and Pasqua (Host) finishes Native Voice TV‘s show with guest, Iris Valdez.
LeBeau (Host) displays one of Hernandez’s Poster Jerseys that he
‘DESIGNED‘ and stated ‘he was very fortunate to do this work for the Bay Area’s Hockey team – ‘SHARKS‘. Hernandez talks about all his designs he had created on ‘Vinyl Toys‘ and ‘Luchador‘ masks.
Hernandez starts with one of his vinyl figures, ‘Mictlan‘ which means ‘underworld of Aztec’ mythology. Hernandez calls his Vinyl Toys, “Collectable Art Statues‘.
Hernandez continues to talk about his private commissioned ‘Murals‘ which he had done in Oakland (2) , San Francisco (5), Richmond (1), Mexico City (1) and Amsterdam (1).
Henandez is asked by LeBeau (Host) ‘how he started to be an Artist’? Hernandez talks about his childhood drawings but he consistently started drawing since 1998 and currently is more of a ‘FREELANCE‘ artist.
Pasqua (Host) solely interviews Valdez who is asked about what programs she locally runs for ConXîon (Community Based Non-Profit Organization) in San Jose, California.
Valdez mentions about a new Pilot ‘RESET‘ program which stands for ‘Re Entry Success Education and Training‘. Valdez talks about what the program does for Young Adults ages between 18 – 24 years who have been through the JUSTICE system and guiding them Successfully back into the WORKFORCE.
Valdez speaks about the Partnership with the ‘Trade Orientation Program’ (TOP) which provides ‘Certifications‘ of OSHA 10.
RESET has many types of certification programs to help individuals get into the Community Workforce. These programs are free and if you want any further information please visit: www.ConXîon.org .
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