Dímelo - Latinx News in the Los Angeles Community
Authentic, intentional representation is necessary to shift stereotypes and is a business imperative. The Annenberg Initiative explores Hispanic and Latino representation in film.
Limited access to food has affected countless Americans since the beginning of 2020
With many eager to vacation safely, here’s a guide to help you plan a COVID-19-cautious summertime getaway.
The CDC has a number of resources to help you learn when it is safe to travel and how best to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted various aspects of everyone’s life and caused some hardships. Through perseverance, though, one can grow and learn to adapt
It’s been more than a year since we have not been able to attend live concerts. After many of the already scheduled concerts were canceled, here is a list of shows you don’t want to miss out on.
I am not going to lie: My faith wavered when my relative got COVID and fears surfaced when I received the vaccine
Latinx/Hispanic people in five different countries celebrate Holy Week with different traditions, involving religious services, processions and special food
El Este de Los Ángeles y Boyle Heights han sido mayormente afectadas por la pandemia del COVID-19, parte del problema ha sido la falta de recursos cuando se comparan con las comunidades más prósperas en Los Ángeles.
Every year on March 31, my social media feeds are flooded with the mantra “Si Se Puede” usually alongside a photo of my grandfather, Cesar Chavez. Pre-pandemic, my family attended events for his birthday whether that was at the Forty Acres in Delano, CA where the movement began or at La Paz in Kern County where my grandparents were laid to rest.
Teen South L.A. resident, Kayla Jackson's Las Fotos Project photography series, #OwnTheChange focuses on her community during the pandemic.
Dímelo reporter Emily Bonilla celebrates her favorite Latina artists and their impact in her life this Women's History Month.
We explore USC past and present as Women’s History Month comes to a close.
Dímelo shares some virtual resources to help people learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Naibe Reynoso, a multi-Emmy award-winning journalist and author will publish her new children’s book, “Courageous History Makers: 11 Women from Latin America who Changed the World” on March 8.