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Join us or renew your support to take advantage of special KCET members-only discounts. Now you
can use your Android or Apple devices to find available discounts* and redeem offers on the spot
with our new KCET Mobile App - no need to carry your MemberCard!
Donate $50 to access 50 benefits at your favorite SoCal museums, restaurants, attractions, and pet
stores. Learn more.
Donate $75 or more to receive more than twice the amount of benefits of the MEMBERSHIP level, plus discounts local wellness locations. Learn more.
Donate $5+ a month and you'll have access to all of the benefits of the MEMBERSHIP PLUS level, as well as a Benefit of the Month. Learn more.
Donate $1,000 or more to receive all of the benefits of the MEMBERSHIP PLUS level, as well as bed-and-breakfast discounts across the nation. Learn more.
We are grateful to the participating organizations for providing these benefits.
*Each discount can be used once per card per calendar year. Benefits are subject to change. Some restrictions may apply.
We’ve gotten used to L.A.’s "littles" and "towns." In southeast L.A. County are lesser-known ethnic communities that continue to hybridize with suburban Los Angeles. Milk made two of them: Bellflower and Artesia, where Holland and the Azores met.
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Fortino Morales III is dedicated to raising awareness about food access at UC Riverside. His work is part of the UC Global Food Initiative, which seeks to harness UC’s resources to help sustainably and nutritiously feed a growing world population.
In their original poem "Her Name was Kitty", iLead North Hollywood students Ryann Ersoff, Mila Cuda, and Ashley Flores tell the shocking story of Kitty Genovese's rape and take a stand on violence against women.