Mason Granger

In this episode we connect with Mason Granger, the Deputy Director of Get Lit. Get Lit is an educational resource using poetry and spoken word poetry to inspire and increase literacy throughout schools in California. Mason shares how he first...

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Charles Dickerson III

In this episode we connect with Charles (Chuck) Dickerson III, the Founder, Executive Director, and Conductor of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles. Chuck takes us through his background law and politics and how music was always present...

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Stephanie Takaragawa

In this episode we connect with Dr. Stephanie Takaragawa, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Chapman University. She discusses the development of her project, Images and Imaginings of Internment: Comics and...

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Brian Niiya

In this episode we connect with Brian Niiya, the Content Director of Densho. Brian shares the beginnings of Densho, interviewing and documenting Japanese Americans who were incarcerated following executive Order 9066.  As we are 30 years beyond the start of...

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Susan Albert Loewenberg

In this episode we connect with Susan Albert Lowenberg, founder and Producing Director of L.A. Theatre Works. L.A. Theatre Works has produced and recorded over 600 audio plays over almost 40 years. All recordings are available with a subscription or...

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Miko Lee and Annie Lee

In this episode we connect with Miko Lee from Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality, and Annie Lee from Chinese for Affirmative Action. We discuss the work both organizations do to create solidarity both within the Asian community and...

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