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Artists Create Work From Items Left Behind at the Border

Artists Create Work From Items Left Behind at the Border

Instead of avoiding the tense and violent atmosphere of the Mexico/U.S. border, ...

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Preguntas

Ever wonder why Latina mothers and grandmothers are so over protective? Is ...

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Pa Mis Abuelitos

DECEPTIVE   An American moon fixed in her brown    eyes    of    shattered    ...

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Taco Tuesday

Taco Tuesday

Food trucks can be seen anywhere around the LA area, but the ...

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Thanks to Whom?

Thanks to Whom?

Today we share our gratitude to folks who pick and package food ...

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Rajas con crema: Receta original de parte del Doctor Victor

Rajas con crema: Receta original de parte del Doctor Victor

Sometimes I wonder whether my dad chose the right profession. Sure, being ...

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Obama’s Negligence Leaves Families Unprotected

Obama’s Negligence Leaves Families Unprotected

After running on a political slate to pass immigration reform, President Obama ...

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Oakland in Solidarity with Mike Brown

Oakland in Solidarity with Mike Brown

On November 24th, the day the grand jury announced Michael Brown’s murderer, ...

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From L.A. to Ferguson

From L.A. to Ferguson

“A system cannot fail those it was never meant to protect.” This ...

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Divided Between Una Tierra y La Otra

Divided Between Una Tierra y La Otra

Tengo un baúl de madera, sellada con una llave de cobre. El ...

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Privatization Disproportionately Harms the UC’s Underrepresented Communities

Privatization Disproportionately Harms the UC’s Underrepresented Communities

On Thursday the UC Regents voted to increase UC undergraduate student tuition ...

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Villa’s Legacy in Question

Villa’s Legacy in Question

Recently I embarked on a personal journey to further educate myself about ...

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Opera Carmen plays at CSUN to honor Day of the Dead

Opera Carmen plays at CSUN to honor Day of the Dead

A tale of love and betrayal, Carmen is a French opera about ...

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Parents Challenge Language Barriers in Parents’ Weekend

Expressing support for their children, Latino, monolingual parents eagerly attended UCLA’s 2014 ...

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Response to Daily Bruin’s Apology

The UCLA Daily Bruin’s “Editor’s Note: Apology to our readers” Tues. Oct. ...

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Latino Subjectivity: Contemporary Artistic Convergences and El Velorio Celebration

Latino Subjectivity: Contemporary Artistic Convergences and El Velorio Celebration

On November 8th, Plaza de la Raza will host El Velorio’s 4th ...

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October 22 National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality

October 22 National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality

On October 22, 2014,  the Stop Mass Incarceration Network from Southern California ...

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Getty Funds Extensive Latin American Art Project in Southern California

Getty Funds Extensive Latin American Art Project in Southern California

The influence of Latin American art in the Southern California scene has ...

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Outraged Demonstrators Demand the Return of Ayotzinapa Students

Outraged Demonstrators Demand the Return of Ayotzinapa Students

On October 9th, about 35 demonstrators met in front of the Los ...

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My takeaway from The Great Wall of L.A. tour: Ethnic Studies now!

My takeaway from The Great Wall of L.A. tour: Ethnic Studies now!

The Great Wall of Los Angeles is a half-mile mural in the ...

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