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Category: Media

20 Years Later, Margaret Cho Looks Back on ‘All-American Girl’

Margaret Cho reflects on "All-American Girl," 20 years after its primetime debut on ABC.
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic Relations

José Luis Sierra, in Memoriam

Journalist José Luis Sierra was a symbol of Hispanic journalism in Los Angeles.
categories MediaProfiles

Ruben Salazar Remembered

Last Friday, Valdez and other longtime Chicano activists joined Molina at Salazar Park on Whittier Boulevard to unveil a plaque commemorating the journalist’s legacy.
categories City AffairsMediaPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Do Ferguson and Alhambra Have Something in Common?

While the nation discusses racial tensions in policing, a media critic suggests Ferguson be reviewed the context of its news coverage -- and that it could take a lesson from Alhambra Source.
categories JusticeMediaPublic Safety

Alhambra Source at 4: 'It Reminds Us That We’re Part of a Special Community, We Have a Voice, and Our Voice Matters'

Alhambra Source has worked with more than 100 community contributors in the past four years. They share how joining the Source transformed their perspective of Alhambra.
categories MediaNeighborhoods

County to Honor Ruben Salazar Friday

A special ceremony will be held Friday Aug. 29 in East Los Angeles to honor slain journalist Ruben Salazar, whose “life and death have became emblematic of the Chicano Rights movement of the 1970s, according to Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina.
categories MediaPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Alhambra Source at 4: Our Most-read Stories of All Time

In the past four years, more than 100 community members have reached more than 300,000 readers with stories. Which are your favorites?
categories MediaNeighborhoods

DACA Grantee Chronicles Life of Undocumented Filipino Family in Short Film

For Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) grantee and immigrant rights advocate Seth Roquillo, using film as a medium of communication can play a key role in opening the eyes of Americans about what it really means to be undocumented.
categories EducationFamily/Inter-generational NewsImmigrationMediaPolitics

The Renaissance of Giselle “G” Töngi

Giselle Töngi — popularly known as “G” — is back on screen as the new host and producer for “Kababayan Today,” KSCI-TV LA18’s daily talk show for the Filipino-American community in Southern California and with syndication in Hawaii.
categories Arts & CultureMedia

Hollywood to Latinas: Shut Up and Get Naked

A USC Annenberg study finds that while Latinas are more more likely to be featured in popular films, no other ethnicity is more sexualized.
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic Relations
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