Adolfo Guzman-Lopez | KCET
Post date: 2012-06-19T07:15:08-07:00
Adolfo Guzman-Lopez predicts a Los Angeles where Spanish is as accepted as hearing French in Quebec.
Post date: 2012-05-26T06:42:51-07:00
What I saw, heard, and the presence of a man not there didn't fully come together until I started to write a poem.
Post date: 2012-05-14T06:45:00-07:00
I'm not ready for Mom to give me back my childhood mementos.
Post date: 2012-05-09T05:38:04-07:00
I witnessed the ways in which hundreds of thousands of the people we work with, stand in line behind, watch Lakers games next to, and sit in traffic with in Southern California carry the genocide of their ancestors.
Post date: 2012-04-23T05:00:00-07:00
Jesse Linares re-shaped the way the Spanish language news covers the region's significant Central American population. And did it with a passion to get the story first, get it right, and hold to account those with powerful and influence.
Post date: 2012-04-10T07:45:07-07:00
When her Korean mother died about a year ago, she worried what would happen to her Koreaness in her hyphenated Korean-American life.