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East of East: Using Vacant Space to Create Place in South El Monte

East of East: Using Vacant Space to Create Place in South El Monte

Artists have played a large role in developing community identity and establishing a sense of place in communities with lower incomes and fewer resources.
Santa Monica Mountains for All: Expanding the Largest Urban National Park for Green Justice

Santa Monica Mountains for All: Expanding the Largest Urban National Park for Green Justice

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.
Our World is a Better Place Because César Chávez Decided to Change It

Our World is a Better Place Because César Chávez Decided to Change It

President Barack Obama dedicated a monument to one of the most revered figures in Mexican American history.
Little Tokyo Service Center: Building and Preserving Community

Little Tokyo Service Center: Building and Preserving Community

Through housing development and social programs, they continue to help the historic Japanese American neighborhood retain its tight-knit community.
Round Table Discussion: Five Former Nisei Week Queens

Round Table Discussion: Five Former Nisei Week Queens

While the Nisei Week Festival arouses cheer for seven days of celebration, the duties of the Nisei Week Queen are everlasting.
Visual Communications: Reinterpreting Asian American History

Visual Communications: Reinterpreting Asian American History

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.
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