The "Connected Non-Profit" Tammy Membreno's El Sereno Barrio Action Youth and Family Center, along with the El Sereno Community Arts and the DONE-approving LA-32 Neighborhood Council, presented "Master Artist" Andrew Cervantes (without any background vetting?).
** Blogger's Note:
El Sereno's Barrio Action Youth and Family Center Executive Director Tammy Membreno is not one to shy away from controversy
........, but this latest one may find her seeking refuge in the political shadows. Ms. Membreno once again collaborated with an Angelica De La Torre-affiliated event (Membreno's Barrio Action was the Fiscal Agent
for defunct El Sereno Farmers Market operated by Ms. De La Torre) and upon further review (via the Facebook Page of "Master Artist" Andrew Cervantes, ** please note that contents are sexually graphic)
, she may find it wise to update her "Connected Non-Profit's" background vetting of those who conduct workshops with youth on their shared City of Los Angeles Property. The parents of those in attendance at the El Sereno Community Arts (with the DONE-approving LA-32 NC providing the arts supplies)
Event, may want to ask Ms. Membreno, Ms. De La Torre (along with LA-32 President Marleen Fonseca and Councilman Jose Huizar) what vetting process went into the selection of the Master Artist for this youth workshop. Surely, upon reviewing Mr. Cervantes other "explicit piñatas of art", they may have some choice artistic, verbal expressions for both Ms. Membreno and De La Torre, for exposing their children to an explicit "Master Artist"---Scott Johnson.
Parents should ask Ms. Membreno about her screening protocols when allowing someone to conduct youth workshops at Barrio Action.
Will "Master Artist" Andrew Cervantes present alleged Sexual Harasser Councilman Jose Huizar with one of his "Penisnatas".
From the Facebook Page of the El Sereno Community Arts Organization.
Labels: Angelica de la Torre, Barrio action, CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, done, El Sereno Community Arts, LA 32 Neighborhood Council, Tammy Membreno