Miguel Angel Corzo

La Plaza de Cultura y Artes

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President and CEO of La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in downtown Los Angeles; former President of the Colburn School of Music and Philadelphia's University of the Arts

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Cal-State Northridge Chicano Studies Professor Rudy Acuña calls the Mexican-American influence in Los Angeles a historical "afterthought," despite its importance to the city's founding…

Los Angeles Celebrates Its Mexican-American Heritage

Cal-State Northridge Chicano Studies Professor Rudy Acuña calls the Mexican-American influence in Los Angeles a historical "afterthought," despite its importance to the city's founding…

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It took 15 years to resolve the conflict over remains of a thousand Native Americans discovered during construction of the massive Playa Vista development on LA's Westside.

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It took 15 years to resolve the conflict over remains of a thousand Native Americans discovered during construction of the massive Playa Vista development on LA's Westside.

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