Carribean Fragoza | KCET
Post date: 2020-08-27T09:53:44-07:00
The Chicano Moratorium and the death of Rubén Salazar continue to reverberate today as communities of color speak out against police brutality and discrimination, and as journalists are once again targeted, attacked and undermined by government officials.
Post date: 2019-06-28T11:37:55-07:00
Photographer, journalist, activist, as well as a Harvard educated scholar and CSU Northridge professor, Raul Ruiz showed Chicanos what to aspire to. He passed away June 13 at the age of 78.
Post date: 2018-04-04T14:42:03-07:00
The origins of La Raza magazine sound like the beginning of a joke or a story that could go in any direction. However, it’s the beginning of the story of the life of one of the Chicano movement’s most important news publications.
Post date: 2017-02-24T19:16:00-08:00
Boulevards have the practical function of ordering commerce and traffic, but they are also displays of a city’s identity where culture, in its flow, is publicly shaped and performed.
Post date: 2016-09-08T15:35:21-07:00
While migrants from all over the world have been essential to L.A.’s food industry, they have remained largely behind the scenes. It is these immigrants who are re-shaping L.A.’s culinary landscape by infusing global traditions into modern dishes.
Art and Complicity: How the Fight Against Gentrification in Boyle Heights Questions the Role of ArtistsPost date: 2016-07-20T08:47:00-07:00
In Boyle Heights, the conflict between art spaces and local grassroots organizations has escalated. Residents are bringing into question the direct and indirect complicity of artists and cultural spaces in the displacement of communities.