Connie K. Ho | KCET
Connie K. Ho
Post date: 2015-01-05T02:59:55-08:00
El Monte has been labeled a "food desert" -- and the 4.9-acre farm aims to put an end to that by providing the community with access to affordable and organic food.
Post date: 2014-10-15T05:00:18-07:00
The art and film festival hosted by The California Endowment showcased how stories have the power to help individuals and groups re-imagine the narratives about their communities.
Post date: 2014-06-20T03:00:03-07:00
The fictional continent of Kentifrica serves as a platform to explore themes of intermingling history and identity, and how particular neighborhoods reconstruct narratives to keep their culture alive.
Post date: 2014-06-16T09:00:10-07:00
Inspired by the city's growing interest in reclaiming public spaces, these pop-ups viewing events will revolve around TVs placed on streets and stores, that face sidewalks, vacant lots and other public places so that people can gather to watch the game...
Post date: 2014-05-07T09:30:06-07:00
Mississippi is miles away from California, but the challenges the film depicts are universal where community groups are grappling with similar concerns about environmental changes.
Post date: 2014-04-15T09:30:06-07:00
Photographer Ricardo Palavecino's portraits provide an insight into the daily lives of individuals and communities based around the L.A. River in Northeast L.A.