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Streetfilms with Español: Building Momentum at the 2010 Street Summit

8:41 AM PDT on July 12, 2011

It's Tueday, so that means it's time to announce another Los Angeles Streetfilm has been translated by David Barboza and now has Spanish subtitles.  This week's film is L.A. Street Summit:Building Momentum for Change, which is a fun watch to see how far we've come in just fifteen months.  We're not saying that everything is rosy now, but when you look at the things that we're talking about in the film versus what we're talking about now...I mean, we didn't even know whether or not we were ever going to see CicLAvia.

If you can speak a language other than English and want to take a crack at translating a Streetfilm, just follow these instructions.  Each time you translate an L.A. Streetfilm, you qualify for some Streetsblog schwag.  The more you translate, the better the prizes!

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