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MONTEREY PARK– Unheard LA: Live in Monterey Park (ep.7)
July 21, 2018 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pmFree
Photo Credit: Louis Felix/KPCC MONTEREY PARK– The second season of “Unheard L.A. — the stories of where you live” picks back up this July at East Los Angeles College (ELAC). “Unheard L.A.” brings experiences and voices from all over the region to your communities. With this show, we’ll be right where East L.A. meets the San Gabriel Valley. ELAC is in Monterey Park, a diverse city of many firsts. It is home to the first female Chinese American mayor in the country and the first majority Asian American city in the continental United States. The city is also the birthplace of the sealed potato chip bag and the home of the Vincent Price Art Museum, which can be found right on ELAC’s campus.
Join host Bruce A. Lemon Jr. for the live show and stick around afterward for a mixer with the participants and your fellow attendees.
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As part of this series, we’ll be hearing true stories from people of different walks of life and diverse experiences. While all of our programming is intended to be inclusive and for a broad audience, it’s possible certain themes or language may not be deemed appropriate for all ages. If this were a movie, we’d probably rate it PG. KPCC is a non-advocacy, nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization. The views and perspectives presented in our “Unheard L.A.” series do not constitute an endorsement by KPCC.
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