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Rest in Peace, Olive Kang

Rest in Peace, Olive Kang

Sixteen-month-old Olive Kang, the subject of a donor campaign championed by her aunt, actress Moon Bloodgood, passed away early Saturday morning, according to her family.

Republicans’ Legal Attack on Latino Immigrants

Republicans’ Legal Attack on Latino Immigrants

Xenophobia will cost the GOP.

US Proposes Effort to Analyze DNA from 1 Million Americans

US Proposes Effort to Analyze DNA from 1 Million Americans

The United States has proposed analyzing DNA from more than 1 million American volunteers as part of a new initiative seeking to gain a better understanding of human disease and to create medication geared toward an individual’s genetic make-up.

Public Weighs in on CIT/OneWest Merger

Public Weighs in on CIT/OneWest Merger

Filipinos demonstrate support.

Supervisors Create Deferred Action Task Force for LA County

Supervisors Create Deferred Action Task Force for LA County

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted this week, to help eligible immigrants apply for President Barack Obama’s contested executive deferred action program, even as the fate of the President’s signature immigration initiative remains unclear.

For the Love of Music ... and Each Other

For the Love of Music ... and Each Other

The Art of Chicano music is a celebration of life & talent that should be shared & supported for posterity.

Learn How to Make Traditional Korean Dishes from a Korean Rapper

Learn How to Make Traditional Korean Dishes from a Korean Rapper

Korean American rapper Lyricks began a mini cooking series which showcases step-by-step instructions on recreating traditional Korean dishes on his Instagram.

Report: Deporting All Beneficiaries of Executive Action on Immigration Could Cost More Than $50B

Report: Deporting All Beneficiaries of Executive Action on Immigration Could Cost More Than $50B

In a report published Feb. 23 by the Center for American Progress, analysis estimates that deporting all 5 million beneficiaries of President Barack Obama’s executive ...

School Expands Horizon for Children of Vernon Workers

School Expands Horizon for Children of Vernon Workers

For the last 20 years, Woodcraft Rangers, an after-school program designed for low-income neighborhoods that offer limited opportunities to its youth, has allowed kindergarten through ...

An Artist’s Journey in Keeping the Ancient Filipino Script Alive

An Artist’s Journey in Keeping the Ancient Filipino Script Alive

Through the years, Kristian built his life around promoting the “baybayin” — in his artworks, performances, tattoos, business, writing a book about it (2009) and ...

Addressing Homeless Problems in Northeast L.A.

Addressing Homeless Problems in Northeast L.A.

Representatives of various city and county housing and mental health agencies, elected officials, law enforcement, nonprofit groups, residents and the homeless gathered Tuesday night for ...

L.A. County Supervisors Vote to Eliminate CEO Position

L.A. County Supervisors Vote to Eliminate CEO Position

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors took another step Tuesday toward restructuring its management team.

MUSD Approves Ethnic Studies Requirement

MUSD Approves Ethnic Studies Requirement

Montebello Unified School District took the first steps in implementing an ethnic studies graduation requirement, following in the footsteps of nearby districts and becoming the ...

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