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Wayne Healy, co-founder of East Los Streetscapers, discusses his life and work with Roberto Tejada; they are joined by Patricio Villagomez, Streetscapers' project manager.
Knowledge for Justice: An Ethnic Studies Reader, a joint publication of UCLA’s four ethnic studies research centers, presents essays that focus on the intersectional intellectual, social, and political struggles  confronting the groups represented.
José Montoya (1932–2013) was an artist, poet, musician, and educator, and a leading figure in bilingual and bicultural expression drawn from barrio life. Author Ella Maria Diaz examines his remarkable career, which traversed decades, languages, media, and genres.
In this interview with Carolina Miranda, Chicana photographer Laura Aguilar (1959–2018) discusses self-portraiture in addition to a wide range of other topics, including growing up in San Gabriel, California; Latina/o and LGBT communities in L.A.; and her photographic series and individual works.
As demonstrations in support of Black Lives Matter exploded across the country this past May, the editorial team at the CSRC concluded it is time to make a change.

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