Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016 By Aaris A. Schroeder “Something Inside is Broken” is a musical production, that reflects upon the dark history of the Nisenan Tribe, a part of the larger Maidu Native American Tribes that have been nearly killed off, pillaged, leaving just 95% of its population beginning in 1838 through the Gold Rush Era where people traveled … Continue reading Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Deep Rooted History of Freedom Farms in America and Sacramento

By Aaris A. Schroeder July 16, 2011 Arriving to the garden on 4th and 39th Ave. in Oak Park, one of ten other “Freedom Farms,” I see Program Manager Kory Grant Clift making three fresh new beds for summer time vegetables and pulling weeds from around a varietal of lettuces. Clift explains to me that there are three major influences that helped him and his … Continue reading Deep Rooted History of Freedom Farms in America and Sacramento