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Visual Communications’ CENTERING THE MASSES

Presented by Visual Communications, CENTERING THE MASSES is a series of free pop-up events and programs at 341 FSN, in the heart of Los Angeles Little Tokyo’s historic district. This nine-week series running from April 5 to May 30, 2019 will bring together artists, cultural workers, entertainment professionals, and civic personalities to celebrate and explore all the ways that motion pictures and media artworks impact our lives. Through intimate conversation, screenings, and visual art presentations, this project will be a space to address the current realities of a community that sits at the crossroads of shifting racial, generational, and economic conditions.

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LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Reawakening Capacity in Community Development

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: “Families Belong Together” Quilt

LOS ANGELES—Monday Night VC: Harry Yoon

LOS ANGELES—Bull & Puppy Curious Conversations with Storytellers: Stepping Out

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Lucha La Mic

LOS ANGELES—My Favorite Things: Joy Luck Club

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: From Breaking Silence in 1981 to Winning Redress in 1988

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Little Manila

LOS ANGELES—Monday Night VC: Jenny Yang

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Little Tokyo Adjacent

LOS ANGELES—Mountain Movers: Student Activism and the Emergence of Asian American Studies

LOS ANGELES—My Favorite Things: Little Miss Sunshine

LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Lucha La Mic

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This project is supported by a Humanities for All Quick Grant.

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