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Why LA’s Civic Memory Working Group is So Important | Spectrum News 1

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Natalia Molina on Spectrum News 1, July 12, 2022

Two USC Dornsife professors explain why the city of Los Angeles’s Civic Memory Working Group is so important to LA’s future, in this episode of Inside the Issues with Alex Cohen on Spectrum News One Los Angeles. Christopher Hawthorne is a Professor of the Practice of English, director of USC Dornsife’s 3rd LA initiative, and the city of L.A.’s chief design officer. Natalia Molina is a Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity. The report they helped develop can be read at http://www.civicmemory.la

Watch the full interview here: Why LA’s Civic Memory Working Group is So Important