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Photo of Rotunda with the entire Oaxaca exhibit displayed in it's entirety

This month the Los Angeles Public Library is celebrating Latino Heritage Month, and it’s especially timely as a new exhibition at Central Library recently opened to the publi


a photograph of the five Latina's in L.A's Creative Industries panelists, standing in front of the Edendale Branch Library
Angi Brzycki, September 29, 2017

On September 23, 2017 five young women came together at the Edendale Branch Library, for the Latinas in LA’s Creative Industries panel. This moderated discussion centered on the complexities of intersectionality as it relates to these Latinas' professional lives. The panelists included:


two little boys reading children's board books, sitting on the ground with their backs against the same huge pile of books
Anna Avalos, September 27, 2017

Lil’ Libros are bright and perfect books for parents who want to introduce children to Latin American culture, history, and traditions!


The marquee of the Globe Theater advertises Spanish-language entertainment in the early 1970s.
Christina Rice, September 18, 2017

Once upon a time, Broadway was the Great White Way of the West. A high concentration of theaters populating the stretch of Downtown between 3rd and Olympic rendered it an epicenter for film and live entertainment.


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