Ricardo Muñoz Zurita, a renowned chef and food anthropologist.
Published on May 16, 2012
Crews from Escondido and Heartland Fire decontaminate a "victim" from a mock chemical spill in a temporary unit in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot.
Mexican American/Raza studies student Mariah at an immigrants rights rally in Phoenix, Arizona.
Students and community members participate in a traditional ceremonial run from Tucson to Phoenix.
Crystal leads demonstrations to save the ethnic studies classes in front of Tucson High.
Infant receives medical attention for Malaria symptoms in Kenyan Clinic.
Arizona State Superintendent Tom Horne calls for the banning of ethnic studies classes in Tucson.
Leslie and Rose Sabo
Mexican American/Raza studies students during a Phoenix protest.
KPBS Gala guests in themed attire
Steve Danon, Carl Hilliard and Dave Roberts, candidates for San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo and Julie Karlo
KPBS Gala guests included Mel and Linda Katz, Phil and Catherine Blair, Darlene Shiley, and Antiques Roadshow's Mark L. Walberg.
Graphic cover of the album "World Wide Rebel Songs" by Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman.
Undocumented immigrant Ayded Reyes was accepted to UC San Diego after high school, but couldn't figure out how to pay for it. Now is weighing several options of full-ride scholarships to four-year schools.
Ayded Reyes and her boyfriend, Arturo Canela. A deportation case against Reyes was administratively closed last Fall.
Latinos protest Mitt Romney's opposition to the Dream Act, outside his campaign headquarters in Las Vegas on Feb 2.
Sgt. Brian L. Walker
USS Vinson arrives in Pearl Harbor
"Dale and Beech" by Salvador Gonzalez is an artwork featured in "Cruisin' Califas: The Art of Lowriding," on view at the Oceanside Museum of Art.
" '29 Chevy" by Teen Angel is on view as part of the Oceanside Museum of Art's exhibition, "Cruisin' Califas: The Art of Lowriding."
"Familia" by Teen Angel is part of the exhibition "Cruisin' Califas: The Art of Lowriding" at the Oceanside Museum of Art.
"Our Family Car," by artist Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, is one of three lowrider cars on view at the Oceanside Museum of Art's exhibition "Cruisin' Califas: The Art of Lowriding."
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