Nadra Nittle | KCET
Nadra Nittle is a Los Angeles-based journalist. She has written for LAist, The Atlantic, Vox Media and many other publications.
Post date: 2020-12-15T19:25:11-08:00
Celebrating its 40th year, William Grant Still Arts Center’s annual Black doll show uses dolls to examine the complexities of being Black and work toward healing.
Post date: 2020-10-21T09:21:56-07:00
From performing with an ensemble to working at the Smithsonian to mentoring Watts youth (including a young Nipsey Hussle), WTAC's advocate has done it all and keeps fighting for her adopted neighborhood.
Post date: 2020-10-21T08:20:53-07:00
“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.”
Susan Silton’s ‘“Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!’ Shines the Light on COVID Victims While Supporting Postal SystemPost date: 2020-09-15T07:41:55-07:00
“If we’re not able to deliver body bags to this president, let’s deliver bags of handwritten names of those we’ve lost,” Susan Silton’s ‘“Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!” project websites states.
Post date: 2020-08-25T16:33:57-07:00
With ancient Mexican roots, danza Azteca is a movement that inspired Chicanos to embrace their ethnic heritage and question the Eurocentric norms forced upon them.
Post date: 2020-07-30T17:45:07-07:00
Often working on a cash basis, mariachi groups have been hit hard by the pandemic. A new relief fund is looking to offer a safety net.