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Los Disappeared -- SF Artist Renders Deported Culture, Dreams

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee Posted: Jun 11, 2008

Editor's Note: YO! checks out the opening night of the Los Disappeared art show by our very own Josue Rojas, who tells us about his trip to El Salvador to interview deportees and shows us the portraits they inspired. Min Lee is the senior producer of YO!TV.

This is a streaming MP4 video - you'll need Quicktime 6 or later to view it.

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