Gerardo "Lalo" Licon was a freshman at Inglewood High School when riots broke out between black and Latino students during a Cinco de Mayo celebration in 1990.
Gerardo "Lalo" Licón was a freshman at Inglewood High… more>
Southern California's first Latino newspaper, a defender of human rights founded in 1855, will be chronicled at a Huntington Library gathering.
The activism and advocacy of El Clamor Público, Southern… more>
Campus Memorial Service for Professor Mauricio Mazón To Be Held Sept. 27 By Eva Emerson September 2004 Historian Mauricio Mazón, longtime member of the faculty of the USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences… more>
Six children who graduated from USC, Parents HonoredBy Katherine Yungmee KimAugust 2004 On August 4, the Mexican American Alumni Association hosted the Perez Family Recognition Luncheon, a heartfelt affair where both Perez… more>