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Arts & Culture in the Southland
Rosie Lee Hooks, director of the Watts Towers Arts Center Campus, hosts a look back at last year's Watts Towers Festivals. Watch highlights from this iconic annual event.
“We get it all the time — people come up to us and say, ‘We didn't know that Black people live in Santa Monica,” Carolyne Edwards said. “And there was a huge population there.”
Sarah Rafael García, founder of the mobile library LibroMobile, is a familiar face of success in Santa Ana. Yet she attributes her accomplishments in writing, teaching, publishing and more to acknowledging her discomfort as an out-of-place Chicana.
Olvera Street should be teeming with life at this moment, but the COVID-19 pandemic has put a stop to the once-bustling area and there is a fear that this scene could become permanent.
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