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José G. Anguiano is an Assistant Professor in Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies and The Honors College at California State University, Los Angeles. Dr. Anguiano is a cultural studies scholar with a primary focus in listeners and audiences of popular music. His primary focus is on sound cultures of Southern California. Dr. Anguiano’s research documents how popular music links communities of listeners across time and space, and how listening can be an active and creative form of claiming space, citizenship and respect.

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Victor Jaramillo Soriano started raising bees in El Sereno in 1948 but his honey business has a family legacy that goes back hundreds of years. 
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The Chicano/a Musicians That Defined the Southern California Music Scene

The early and deep presence of Chicano musicians and fans helped define the sound of the Southern California popular music scene.
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Chicano Batman: Not Another Band from East L.A.

As the cultural map of music making continues shifting in East L.A., Chicano Batman has become the sound of local Latino music in the 21st century. The band performs in the KCET Studios.
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