Kiara González Durán
Originally from Tijuana, México, Kiara González Durán works in the entertainment industry and is interested in uplifting and amplifying the voices of women of color to pursue personal and professional success. González Durán double majored in International Development Studies and Chicano Studies at UCLA.
González Durán previously interned at different companies that align with her various interests in regards to building a more just society through political action, media representation and storytelling: HOPE, MACRO, UNCMMN, and CAA, where she learned more about media representation of BIPOC narratives within the United States and the global context, with a focus on Latin American content. She is currently a student at NYU pursuing her masters degree in American Journalism.
November 15, 2022
Q&A: Angélica Escoto on Documentary Photography and Quinceañeras
(LOS ANGELES) - Quinceañeras are a Mexican tradition where families celebrate their daughters’ fifteenth birthday. They are typically massive events that can include immediate family or entire communities. Angélica Escoto has documented quinceañeras in Southern California for the last fourteen years.
November 9, 2022
California Voters Amend Constitution to Protect Right to Abortion
California amends its constitution to protect the right to choose abortion and to choose or refuse contraception.
November 7, 2022
Free Vaccinations at Inglewood’s Family Health Fest
(INGLEWOOD, CA) – Inglewood’s District 4 held a Family Health Fest last week to provide free flu and COVID-19 vaccines […]