Artists have played a large role in developing community identity and establishing a sense of place in communities with lower incomes and fewer resources.
The Santa Monica Mountains are L.A.'s backyard, but for children of color living in poverty with no access to a car, they may as well be worlds away.
President Barack Obama dedicated a monument to one of the most revered figures in Mexican American history.
Through housing development and social programs, they continue to help the historic Japanese American neighborhood retain its tight-knit community.
While the Nisei Week Festival arouses cheer for seven days of celebration, the duties of the Nisei Week Queen are everlasting.
The collective began in 1970 with the aim to accurately portray and raise awareness of Asian Americans and their place in history through media arts.