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    How can a sprawling metropolis with 4.7 million Hispanic residents have only 9 public parks with soccer fields? GlobalGirl Reporter Maria Torres examines green space politics in the City of LA.
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    The World Cup may be over, but Kick it Up! L.A. is still tracking all things Los Angeles and futbol. This week the GlobalGirl citizen journalists profile artist and soccer enthusiast Erick Roldan.
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    Global Girl Reporter is Rocio Ortega asks why there are so few Latinos on the U.S. Men's National soccer team. Her search for answers takes her to #1 breeding ground for professional soccer in the U.S.: our higher education system.
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    KCET.org has partnered up with GlobalGirl Media's local bureau to bring you Kick It Up L.A., a girl's-eye-view of Los Angeles, soccer culture and the World Cup. GlobalGirl Media trains young women to become citizen journalists and report on...
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    KCET.org has partnered up with GlobalGirl Media's local bureau to bring you Kick It Up L.A., a girl's-eye-view of Los Angeles, soccer culture and the World Cup. GlobalGirl Media has been training young women to become citizen journalists and...
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    The World Cup isn't just about competition, it's also about speed, precision and fitness. This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny on his rise to the top of the fitness game.
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    Last week, some of the young journalists at GlobalGirl Media got to tell their stories on KPFK. Listen to the interviews, and read their takes on their visit to the radio station.
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    A profile of muralist Susana DeLeon, who goes by the pseudonym Timoi
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    The young journalists from GlobalGirl Media have been blogging Los Angeles and the World Cup. Here is a digest of their posts.
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    The GlobalGirl Media reporters are divided into two teams - Team Orange and Team Red. They hail from across Los Angeles. We asked them to tell us a little about themselves:
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    The Los Angeles' GlobalGirl Media Reporters beginning a new journey through education, self discovery and truth-seeking by asking: What makes my voice important?
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    How can a sprawling metropolis with 4.7 million Hispanic residents have only 9 public parks with soccer fields? GlobalGirl Reporter Maria Torres examines green space politics in the City of LA.
  • Entry
    The World Cup may be over, but Kick it Up! L.A. is still tracking all things Los Angeles and futbol. This week the GlobalGirl citizen journalists profile artist and soccer enthusiast Erick Roldan.
  • Entry
    Global Girl Reporter is Rocio Ortega asks why there are so few Latinos on the U.S. Men's National soccer team. Her search for answers takes her to #1 breeding ground for professional soccer in the U.S.: our higher education system.
  • Entry
    KCET.org has partnered up with GlobalGirl Media's local bureau to bring you Kick It Up L.A., a girl's-eye-view of Los Angeles, soccer culture and the World Cup. GlobalGirl Media trains young women to become citizen journalists and report on...
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    KCET.org has partnered up with GlobalGirl Media's local bureau to bring you Kick It Up L.A., a girl's-eye-view of Los Angeles, soccer culture and the World Cup. GlobalGirl Media has been training young women to become citizen journalists and...
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    The World Cup isn't just about competition, it's also about speed, precision and fitness. This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny on his rise to the top of the fitness game.
  • Entry
    Last week, some of the young journalists at GlobalGirl Media got to tell their stories on KPFK. Listen to the interviews, and read their takes on their visit to the radio station.
  • Entry
    A profile of muralist Susana DeLeon, who goes by the pseudonym Timoi
  • Entry
    The young journalists from GlobalGirl Media have been blogging Los Angeles and the World Cup. Here is a digest of their posts.
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    The GlobalGirl Media reporters are divided into two teams - Team Orange and Team Red. They hail from across Los Angeles. We asked them to tell us a little about themselves: