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Marisol Medina-Cadena

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Marisol Medina Cadena makes short films about memory, family histories, and the borderland experience of being Latinx in the U.S. 

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No Place Like Home: A Timeline of U.S. Coercion of Land and Property

Although the right to land and property is at the core of American values, few in the U.S. have access to land ownership or quality housing. This timeline from 1600s to present traces displacement, urban renewal, and housing discrimination.
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These Artists Reflect the Voices, Challenges, and Resiliency of Trans and Detained Immigrants

In these uncertain political times, art is necessary, as art can be uplifting, informative, and even transformative. “Visions From the Inside” challenges the anti-immigrant sentiment that long existed before the 2016 presidential election. 
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Behind The Scenes with 'American Dreamers' Directors

"American DREAMers" follows seven Latino/a trailblazers pursuing a cause greater than themselves, calling on people across the nation to pressure politicians to pass legislation that would grant citizenship for undocumented youth.
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Advocate and Lover to the L.A. River, Lewis MacAdams says Goodbye

What started off as a performance art piece at the L.A. River, has grown into a multidimensional nonprofit, which aims to restore the L.A. River.
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Día De Los Muertos at Downtown L.A.'s Grand Park

In a time when Día de los Muertos is being misrepresented due to its commercialization as “Mexican Halloween,” the “Noche de Ofrenda” event reminded those who attended of the true meaning of Día de los Muertos.
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