KPCC + LAist

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
This Graduation Poem About Being Young And Misunderstood in South LA Will Make You Feel Unstoppable
Inland Empire Quake Swarm Raises Concerns, And A Few Shrugs
How An Innovative Arts Program Led To High School Diplomas

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

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


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