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The Importance of Community and the Media: A Conversation with Jasper Bones

Moments before Jasper Bones opened for The Marías at UCLA’s…
October 2, 2019/by Melissa Diaz

The United States’ Nativist Tone is Neither New nor Unique

A moderated forum over progressive border policy hosted at the Hammer Museum (co-presented with Univision 34 Los Angeles) went over the current border issues of the US and Mexico
April 20, 2019/by Israel Cedillo

Representation in One Day at a Time

The reboot of "One Day at a Time" on Netflix has taken the entertainment…
January 2, 2019/by Ashley Huendo

Documenting the Undocumented: The 2020 Census

The Census is meant to is meant to be a survey of the people who live in the United States, not just its citizens.
December 19, 2018/by Cristina Delgado

The Future of DACA Recipients in the Time of Trump

UCLA should offer more support to the undocumented community, students say.
November 20, 2018/by Melissa Diaz

Photographer George Rodriguez’s “Double Vision” Retrospective at The Lodge

Even before crossing over to The Lodge at 1024 N. Western Ave.,…
July 8, 2018/by Israel Cedillo

#NoSonTresSomosTodxs

Mexico is currently facing the most violent year in history -…
June 9, 2018/by Alondra Castanon

La nariz como la de mi padre

"Así es como mi mirada se iba aflojando hacia el suelo, así es como mi mirada nunca es fija cuando te veo a la cara"
May 17, 2018/by Vanessa Gonzalez Soto

AFSCME Labor Strikes: El Precio de la Pobreza–The Price of Poverty

Thousands of service workers across the University of California…
May 13, 2018/by Elizabeth Garcia
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