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    Long Beach Native Americans Outraged By Sainthood Of Junipero Serra

    Feb 26, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Junipero Serra founded the first California mission in 1769, forever changing the histories of Native American people. Six years after he founded the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission in San Diego, 800 Natives stormed the mission and set it on fire. And now, in 2015, the fight still isn’t over.
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    Long Beach Native Americans Outraged By Sainthood Of Junipero Serra

    Feb 26, 2015

    Michael Lozano

    Junipero Serra founded the first California mission in 1769, forever changing the histories of Native American people. Six years after he founded the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission in San Diego, 800 Natives stormed the mission and set it on fire. And now, in 2015, the fight still isn’t over.
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    Long Beach Actors & Filmmakers Respond To Lack Of Diversity At The Oscars

    Feb 05, 2015

    Deonna Anderson

    Last year’s Academy Awards saw a number of nominations going to actors of color, mostly for the film Twelve Years a Slave, which won Best Picture. For many, it was an encouraging sign the Academy was finally beginning to shed its lily-white hue.
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    Long Beach Actors & Filmmakers Respond To Lack Of Diversity At The Oscars

    Feb 05, 2015

    Deonna Anderson

    Last year’s Academy Awards saw a number of nominations going to actors of color, mostly for the film Twelve Years a Slave, which won Best Picture. For many, it was an encouraging sign the Academy was finally beginning to shed its lily-white hue.
    Continue to Long Beach Voicewaves