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Michael Naeimollah

Michael Naeimollah

Michael Naeimollah is a Cinema Television Arts major at CSUN and intern at KCET. When he’s not sipping fine imported teas and writing, he can be found digging for records at thrift stores.

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CSRC_LaRaza_B15F10C1_Staff_025 Protesters at Franklin D. Roosevelt Park rally | Maria Marquez Sanchez, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: The Two Sides of Maria's Activism

As part of La Raza magazine, photographer Maria Marquez Sanchez had to choose between being part of the action and ensuring that history wouldn't forget their deeds.
CSRC_LaRaza_B17F22S6_N007 Children carrying signs in support of Ricardo Chavez Ortiz in downtown Los Angeles | Pedro Arias, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: La Raza's Enduring Importance

La Raza, the community newspaper-turned-magazine, may have played an important role during the 60s and 70s, but it's legacy is even more important today, for a young generation that have to learn their personal histories.
CSRC_LaRaza_B15F2C1_DZ_016 Protesters in la Marcha por los Tres in front of L.A. City Hall | Daniel Zapata, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: A Time of Many Revolutions

The 60s and 70s was a time of many changes and upheavals. Amid all this, the Chicanos saw a way to make a difference. Hear Moctesuma Esparza's thoughts on the turbulent time.
CSRC_LaRaza_B4F4C4_JR-RR_001 Protesters at Whittier Boulevard during the National Chicano Moratorium | La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: The Self-Determination of the Chicano

In the 1960s and 70s, photojournalism was used as a technique for organizing and to fight negative streotypes of the Chicano in the media.
CSRC_LaRaza_B14F5S2_N010 Toasting during La Raza staff party | Manuel Barrera, Jr., La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: The Young Activists of La Raza

'La Raza,' the community newspaper turned magazine, drew an eclectic mix of people from all walks of life. Hear La Raza photographer Luis Garza talk about his colleagues.
CSRC_LaRaza_B1F6C2_LG_021 Protesters and Pedro Arias, La Raza staff photographer, demand reinstatement of Sal Castro | Luis Garza, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: Affirming the Constitutional Rights of the Chicano

During the turbulence of the 60s and 70s, 35 people were arrested for sitting in a Board of Education meeting. But no trial ever came to being. Hear Raul Ruiz talk about those fateful arrests.
CSRC_LaRaza_B16F6C14_Staff_014 Man photographs protesters against Rodino Bill | La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: Police Surveillance and Infiltration During the Movimiento

Police surveillance and infiltration on the youth activists was prevalent. But they weren't the only ones watching, so were the activists. Hear Patricia Borjon Lopez's take on these police activities.
CSRC_LaRaza_B5F2C1_RR_022 Young men protest in front of Parker Center, the headquarters of the LAPD. | Raul Ruiz, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: Continuing the Struggle for Social Justice Today

Many of the issues that were prevalent in the 1960s and 70s are still present in today's times. Hear how La Raza photorapher Gil Lopez's thoughts on continuing the struggle today.
CSRC_LaRaza_B11F13C3_RR_023 Children at a musical performance by Estudiantina de la Facultad de Ingenieria from UNAM | Raul Ruiz, La Raza photograph collection. Courtesy of UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
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Narrated Photo Essay: The Chicano Movement's Multi-generational Nature

The Chicano Movement wasn't just one segment of the population. It encompassed people of all ages. See their photos and hear photographer Devra Weber speak about them.
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Where Can You Find a Frank Lloyd Wright in California? You Might Be Surprised.

Few architects have left such a lasting impression and legacy as Frank Lloyd Wright. His works dot across the United States. For the intrepid, here's a map of his works in California, including a few hidden gems.
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