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- New L.A. Public Library Card Is A Work Of Art
- Mourners Pay Tribute To Trader Joe's Manager Shot Last Year
- Long Beach Poly HS Honors Longtime Music Director
- How An Innovative Arts Program Led To High School Diplomas
- State Lawsuit Says Charity Supporting Troops Misused Donations
- Popular Musician Among Victims In San Fernando Valley Shooting Rampage
- New Law Allows Reusable Food Containers At Concerts And Festivals
- Dodger Stadium To Get $100M Upgrade In Time For 2020 All-Star Game
- Protestors Demand Shut Down Of Migrant Detention Centers
- Malibu Tests New Emergency Contact System
- Officials Unveil 'Heli-Tanker' That Can Fight Wildfires At Night
- Inland Empire Quake Swarm Raises Concerns, And A Few Shrugs


What Do You Get When You Put A Dodgers Jersey On A Superhuman Japanese Folk Hero? A Library Card!
A Bittersweet Goodbye For Long Beach Poly Music Teacher Who Transformed Students' Lives
- This Graduation Poem About Being Young And Misunderstood in South LA Will Make You Feel Unstoppable
- LA's Best Pupusas? Here Are A Few Of Them
- You'll Soon Be Able To Take Your Reusable Containers To Festivals, Concerts And Your Favorite Restaurant
Photos: The Zoot Suit Riots Happened This Week, 76 Years Ago. Here's A Look Back At The Fashion Statement That Sparked A Racist Mob

NPR’s Next Generation Radio

Brazilian food bridges one woman’s memories of home and her new life in America


- There Are No Dominicans Restaurants in Los Angeles (!) ~ But ‘Dominicans in Cali’ Still Savor Community
- L.A. TACO Podcast: Learning About ‘Dominicans in Cali’ ~ Trying Out the Rams Sprinkles Donuts at Randy’s in Inglewood (Co-producer for this episode)
- How the Rams and Chargers Stadium Under Construction in Inglewood is Already Impacting Local Restaurants
- Hot and Cool Cafe ~ In Leimert Park, a Coffee Shop Builds Community Bonds
- ’There’s No One Telling Our Stories’ ~ Q&A with Dear Southside Founder Estefani Alarcon
- Radio Pulgarcito: Exploring Salvadoran Culture and Identity Through Vinyl

USC Annenberg Media

- College admissions scandal reminds students of economic and racial disparities: ‘It does not surprise us because we’re used to it’
Sri Lankan communities mourn victims killed in suicide attacks on Easter Sunday
- Students share stories of racism to help increase understanding of race relations in the U.S.
- The intersectionality of National Coming Out Day at USC
- Women and people of color represented among directors at LA Film Festival

Inside an Ethiopian coffee ceremony
- Activist Shaun King brings back the North Star newspaper
- ‘Los Angeles Freedom Rally, 1963’ explores the civil rights movement on the West Coast
- Trojan Tales: Unsung hero at Wallis Annenberg Hall

social video
Home Is Where the Food Is: Vegan Edition

The YouTube Come-Up: Using Social Media to Get Out of Homelessness


“Protest” Highlights Women of Color

The Argonaut

What Does It Mean to Be Latinx?


The Underground Museum Celebrates "Artists of Color" — in a Manner of Speaking

fierce by mitú

Meet Karina Yanez, The South Central Educator Teaching Students That Art Can Be A Tool For Social Change


- This Afro-Latina Is Using Dance as an Act of Resistance
- This Latina Started the Bilingual Greeting Card Company We’ve Always Needed


- Nail Box
- P.O.V. Snack Shop
- The Standard Hotel 
- Pour Haus Wine Bar