WATCH: Unheard LA's Special Series On Race In LA Continues
As the nation reckons with systemic racism, our community-centered storytelling show Unheard LA is taking a deeper listen.
We laughed, cried, and had all kinds of real talk in part 1 and part 2. Check out tonight's live event, the third installment of this special series. Bruce Lemon Jr. hosted our virtual event featuring the stories of Matthew Cuban Hernandez, Taz Ahmed, and October B.L.U. followed by a live conversation — all in collaboration with our Race In LA initiative. Dana Amihere, co-editor and developer of Race In LA, joined us for the live conversation. RSVP here.
Watch the repeat above.
MORE FROM OUR RACE IN LA SERIES:
- Brown and Blue: A Mexican American Police Family Tries To Reconcile 'Who We Once Were, Who We Now Are, And Who We Want To Be'
- An Education In Becoming Whole Again: How My College Experience Taught Me To Love My Blackness
- My Life In Public Spaces: How My Race Colors The Way In Which The World Reacts To Me
- What It Really Means To Amplify Black Voices
- Raising A Black Boy In America When You're Neither Black Nor American
- On Life As A Freckle-Faced, Redheaded, Mexican American From Southeast Los Angeles
- Lessons Learned While Being Black: 'I'll Never Be Above Scrutiny'
- The Hidden Cost Of Inherited Blackness
- Jogging While Black: 'And Still They Crossed The Street'
- Black And Tired In This American Newsroom
- Conflicted: A Black Journalist's Reckoning With Her Race, Family And Police Brutality
- How To Participate In Our Series
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