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Justin Cram

Justin Cram is the Senior Director of Digital Content for Public Media Group of Southern California. He has developed and produced digital video series such as Nightshift, a documentary series following night shift workers, travel series SoCal Wanderer, the civic engagement project Ballot Brief, and the video explainer series Immigration 101. He manages editorial for the company including coverage of arts, history, culture, and early education. He also produces the Emmy-award winning documentary series City Rising which examines social issues and community empowerment. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Los Angeles Emmys, Japan Prize, National Arts Journalism awards, Golden Mike, and LA Press Club awards.

Children and youth engage in arts education throughout Los Angeles County.

Where to Find an Arts Experience Near You

Art is a fundamental need, yet there are a lot of barriers to students having access to arts education, especially in California where less than 40% of students are enrolled in any sort of arts class. This resource serves as a guide to available programs in all 78 school districts in Los Angeles County.
U.S. Cities Continue To Shelter-In-Place As Coronavirus Spread Is Expected To Peak

One Day at a Time ... A Comprehensive COVID-19 Timeline

This timeline puts into perspective the significance COVID-19 has had on us, the struggles we face to contend with a pandemic and perhaps illuminates what we want in a better future.
Halloween costumes at 87th St. Elementary school, 1952. | Image: courtesy of USC.

Halloween Should be Neighborhood Day

It is clear on Halloween that not all neighborhoods are created equally. Every year tens of thousands of families go out to ring doorbells and knock on doors, to ask trick or treat, but not all step out into their own neighborhood.

A Conversation on Food Policy and Access in Northeast Los Angeles

We speak with Sharon Cech of Occidental College's Urban & Environmental Policy Institute on food access and policy in Northeast Los Angeles.

Burger Week at The Oinkster: Day Seven

The final day of The Oinkster's Burger Week paid tribute to the notorious McRib.

Burger Week at The Oinkster: Day Six

The sixth day of The Oinkster's Burger Week paid tribute to a relic of the fast food industry: The Taco Bell Beefer.

Burger Week at The Oinkster: Day Five

Last night's burger was inspired by Filipino food, and it was near perfection.

Burger Week At The Oinkster: Day One

On the first day of the Third Annual Burger Week, The Oinkster constructed a burger homage to the Baconator from Wendy's.
Earth Focus

Groundbreaking and a Dedication to Councilman Ed Reyes in Lincoln Heights

The groundbreaking of the 1-acre park in Lincoln Heights was also a dedication to Councilman Ed Reyes.
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