Conscience Point

American Indian Museum

In the Hamptons, one of the wealthiest zip codes in the U.S., hedge funders sell home compounds for millions of dollars. However, before the rise of lavish homes, golf courses, and exclusive parties, lies the history of the area's original inhabitants—the Shinnecock Indian Nation. Without powerful advocates, the tribe has been edged off their land […]

Retrospective Showcase Shorts I

American Indian Museum

Combining a collection of short films from the showcase’s previous years, this shorts program explores the residential school experience, regaining one’s cultural identity, and loss of ancestral artifacts.

Indigenous Food Sovereignty

Native food systems and agricultural practices were disrupted upon European settlement and the displacement of Native peoples from their lands. For the last century, new foods introduced by U.S. federal policy were unhealthy and substantially different from traditional diets. The introduction of unhealthy food, combined with uneven quality of and access to medical care, continues to leave many American […]

Dodgers Holiday Festival

*'TIS THE SEASON FOR CELEBRATION AT DODGER STADIUM! * The 2020 World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers are hosting a drive-thru Holiday Festival, complete with a light show, LED video displays, fake snow and interactive displays honoring the Dodgers World Championship and celebrating the holidays! Open Nightly* November 27th-December 24th 5-11PM

Raza in the Outdoors: A Conversation with Latino

Latino Conservation Week – is an annual initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation showcasing outdoor engagement and conservation advocacy by Latinx communities. In celebration, we are partnering with Latino Outdoors to host a panel discussion recognizing the ways members of our LatinX communities engage with the outdoors and the field of conservation. Our panelists represent […]

Yo Cuento

Latino Outdoors (LO)proudly presents, Yo Cuento – a short documentary that was shot on location during the 2019 Latino Outdoors Leadership Campout. Despite the COVID19 pandemic, LO continues to inspire, connect, and engage Latinx communities and embrace cultura y familia as part of the outdoors narrative, ensuring our history, heritage, and leadership are valued and represented.

LAPL Black Lives Matter Discussion Series-Part II

The Palms-Rancho Park Branch is teaming up with the Westchester - Loyola Village Branch to bring you our next installment of the Black Lives Matter Discussion Series Part II, beginning October 1 and running through December 17.  We invite you to come out and join the conversation. Facilitators for the event are Frieda Afary, Palms-Rancho Park […]

GRAND PARK’S GROUND OUR PRESENT, DOT OUR FUTURE ELEVATES THE VOICES OF LOS ANGELES’ MANY COMMUNITIES THROUGH A NEW PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION

Grand Park 200 N. Grand Avenue , Los Angeles

More than 74 Floor Markers “Dot” Familiar Park Walkways Featuring Words of Wisdom by Angelenos Crowdsourced from Seven Community Partner Organizations WHAT: From December 11, 2020 through January 25, 2021, Grand Park will present Ground our Present, Dot our Future, a new public art installation designed to build community with enrichment, engagement and dialogue through art. Highlighting […]

LAPL Black Lives Matter Discussion Series-Part II

The Palms-Rancho Park Branch is teaming up with the Westchester - Loyola Village Branch to bring you our next installment of the Black Lives Matter Discussion Series Part II, beginning October 1 and running through December 17.  We invite you to come out and join the conversation. Facilitators for the event are Frieda Afary, Palms-Rancho Park […]

(Re)Telling the American Story

The American story has been profoundly shaped by Native Americans, yet the stories told about Native people are often false and almost always incomplete. From Pocahontas and Jamestown to the first Thanksgiving and Plymouth Colony, Indigenous peoples have rarely been the narrators of their own stories. Join us in a conversation with Native youth to […]

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