Jacob’s Interview with Martina Ramirez ((moved to page 5/5 ACG))

https://drive.google.com/file/d/14zNeqKe_k_c603guroplKaa74Wk3aRUI/view?usp=drive_web Martina Ramirez is Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, as well as Professor of Biology here at Loyola Marymount. She grew up in the 1960s and 1970s in the predominantly segregated city of Pomona, California. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Loyola Marymount in 1981, and then went on to earn […]

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Aurora’s Interview with Alma Flores (((PUBLISHED AS PAGE, ACG, 12/4/17)))

Introduction Dr. Alma Itza Flores currently works as a visiting assistant professor here at Loyola Marymount University teaching Chicano/a studies.  She has achieved her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from UCLA, her master’s degree in Education from the University of Texas and her doctoral degree in Education with an emphasis in Race and Ethic Studies from […]

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Sarina Prabasi: Pushing Boundaries One Hat at a Time(((PUBLISHED AS PAGE, ACG, 12/4/17)))

Sarina Prabasi: Pushing Boundaries One Hat at a Time Interviewed and Written by Isa A Nepali woman who holds power in America? The traditional Nepalese culture would dismiss this thought out of sheer impossibility. The social norms require women to perform household tasks and fall into a system of silent submission. Women are raised to […]

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Seolah Interview

            Six years, that’s how long I have known Seolah for. The summer before my eighth-grade year, Seolah and her family moved across the street, and three houses down from me and my family. My mom and I went over to introduce ourselves the next day, my mom inviting her to the early morning workout […]

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