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Category: Race/Ethnic Relations

‘Comfort Women’ Survivors Defend Glendale Memorial During L.A. Visit

“Comfort women” survivors Lee Ok-seon, 87, and Kang Il-chul, 85, flew from Seoul to Los Angeles last week to lend their support to the city of Glendale, as it faces a lawsuit to remove a controversial statue meant to honor the victims of sexual slavery.
categories Arts & CultureCity AffairsNeighborhoodsRace/Ethnic Relations

7-Eleven Discriminates Against Its Franchisees, Claims Lawsuit

Corporate convenience store giant 7-Eleven faces a lawsuit alleging racism, ageism and unscrupulous business practices.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

A Time to Remember Ruben Salazar

A ceremony to recall the legacy of the award-winning journalist, August 29.
categories MediaPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Behind the Beard — A New Generation of Muslim American Leaders

Salmon Hossein, a graduate student pursuing a joint MA in law and public administration, is part of a new generation of Muslim American leaders.
category Race/Ethnic Relations

Latino Business Group Marks Milestone

The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July 16 with a special reception hosted by nutrition company Herbalife at the company’s headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

NCLR Agenda Focuses on Politics, Immigration and the Economy

The largest Hispanic civil rights group in the country was in downtown Los Angeles last week for it annual national convention. Topping the National Council of La Raza’s agenda: immigration reform, the country’s economic outlook, upcoming elections and the impact to and by Latinos in these areas.
categories EconomyPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Lupillo Rivera: A Stranger In His Own Land

Murrieta protestors block immigrants, alienate Mexican music star.
categories ImmigrationPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Asian Americans: The New White?

Asian Americans are held up as the great success story, on the fast track to assimilation. But this has put us at the center of the debate about fairness in this country, raising the question: Are we becoming white?
categories Arts & CultureRace/Ethnic Relations

Tyler James Williams Stars in ‘Dear White People’

Williams is best known for playing the title role on the Emmy Award winning series “Everybody Hates Chris.”
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic Relations

A Film For The Other Black Kids, "Dear White People"

“Dear White People” is a ground-breaking work in the genre of African-American film-making.
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic Relations
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