This story about a webinar hosted by Cornell University on February 24 named Ella Maria Diaz as one of the panelists. Diaz is the author of the recently released José Montoya, volume 12 in the A Ver: Revisioning Art History series from CSRC Press.
MEDIA: "Church Known as a Birthplace of LA’s Chicano Civil Rights Movement Earns National Recognition"
A story about the Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights being added to the National Register of Historic Places. La Raza newspaper was founded and produced in the basement of the church, and the story includes images from the La Raza Photograph Collection at the CSRC.
The exhibition Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell, organized by the Vincent Price Art Museum in collaboration with the CSRC and now on view at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art through May 9, was recommended in a roundup of current exhibitions in New York City.
CSRC director Chon A. Noriega and Bunche Center director Kelly Lytle Hernández were quoted in this story about the Mellon-funded archival project “Archiving the Age of Mass Incarceration,” a collaboration of UCLA’s four ethnic studies research centers.
IAC centers receive Mellon grant for “Archiving the Age of Mass Incarceration,” Día del Profesor Juan Gómez-Quiñones announced, José Montoya now available from CSRC Press, IAC grants information session, and more, in this month's newsletter! [Image: Bunche Center director Kelly Lytle Hernandez working with UCLA students and community members. Photo courtesy of Million Dollar Hoods.]
Al Dia, January 29, 2021
This UCLA Newsroom story on the impact of the Million Dollar Hoods project references the archiving project funded by the Mellon Foundation, which is a collaboration among all four ethnic studies research centers.
Tech Crunch, January 28, 2021
MyNewsLA.com, January 28, 2021
UCLA Newsroom, January 28, 2021