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Diversity Matters: Multicultural Mamapreneurs and the Businesses They Started

                                       Last year I was at a Dodger game with my family when the Jumbo-tron flashed information about upcoming ballgames. My young son tugged at my arm motioning for me to glance at the information being displayed. Fun nights like “Filipino Night”, “Cuban Night” “Korean Night” popped up on the screen. He pulled me closer to him and asked: “Mommy, what day do kids like me come to Dodger Stadium? Is there a day for us coming up?” I asked him to explain what he meant and he said: “well, you’re Black and Mexican, and...
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LACO @ THE MOVIES: AN EVENING OF DISNEY SILLY SYMPHONIES

“LACO @ THE MOVIES: AN EVENING OF DISNEY SILLY SYMPHONIES” BRINGS DAZZLING ACADEMY AWARD®-WINNING DISNEY ANIMATION TO THE BIG SCREEN WITH ORCHESTRAL SCORES PERFORMED LIVE BY LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, LED BY EMMY® AWARD-WINNING COMPOSER MARK WATTERS Dustin Hoffman Serves as Honorary Chair Saturday, June 4, 2016, 7 pm The Orpheum Theatre Downtown LA I was excited to be invited to attend the “LACO @ THE MOVIES: AN EVENING OF DISNEY SILLY SYMPHONIES” with my family. My dear friend is a musician and has performed with the LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA so I knew a little something about the Silly...
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MultiCulti Corner visits LA's Chinatown for Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) month

Ni Hao! Mixed Up Clothing is proud to support our partner, The MultiCulti Corner, as they teach multicultural children about other cultures around Los Angeles. On this beautiful day we were introduced to one of the country’s oldest and most historic Chinese enclaves by docent, Helen Hua of Undiscovered Chinatown. We met at the entry into Chinatown which is highlighted by a large dragon above Hill St.  Helen explained that the Chinese immigrants moved into this area as early as 1852 and the first Chinese were mostly men. She went on to share that they were laborers doing work such as laundry,...
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