La Opinión reported on the Invisible No More study, conducted by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) and the CSRC, and highlighted key findings from the study.
Hoy Los Angeles reported on the release of the Invisible No More study conducted by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) and the CSRC.
An article discussing the findings of the Invisible No More study, conducted by the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) and the CSRC, was featured on a WAMU American University Radio broadcast. The transcript is available on the station’s website.
At a luncheon on September 6, CSRC director Chon A. Noriega received a 2018 L.A. Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC). Noriega was honored with an award for Outstanding Service and Commitment to the Latino Community.
A review of the newly released Blu-Ray and DVD of The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez that cites an interview with CSRC director Chon A. Noriega as part of the supplemental materials.
HVA Design's website featured a list of awards recently given to the exhibition catalog Home—So Different, So Appealing, published by the CSRC Press.
The La Raza exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West, which was organized in collaboration with the CSRC, was included in a roundup of acclaimed exhibitions currently on view across Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Times featured a piece on the film The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, which was recently restored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. An interview with CSRC director Chon A. Noriega is featured in the new supplemental materials included in the newly released DVD and Blu-Ray versions.
CSRC archival materials were used in an article by Aperture, which examined the work of photographer Laura Aguilar and her contributions to Latinx identity.
Rocio Sanchez-Nolasco, CSRC associate director Charlene Villaseñor Black’s advisee, was featured in a piece by UCLA News that notes the publication in Art Gallery of Sanchez-Nolasco’s research on artist Patssi Valdez. Sanchez-Nolasco conducted archival research for her study at the CSRC.