In collaboration with the National Hispanic Media Coalition and Latino Decisions, the CSRC participated in a public webinar on September 18 featuring a speaker from each organization. Chon Noriega represented the CSRC and helped report on media stereotypes regarding Latinos and their effect on public attitudes toward this demographic.
Preview of webinar being offered by the National Hispanic Media Coalition, Latino Decisions, and the CSRC focusing on the series of academic studies and national poll conducted for the collaborative Hate Speech in the Media research project.
News Busters, September 17, 2012
Civil rights activist Lupe Anguiano, whose personal archives are at the CSRC, will be the featured speaker at a peace pole dedication ceremony at the California State University, Channel Islands, on September 21.
Ventura County Star, September 13, 2012
The Huffington Post reported on a recent study by the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) that concluded large shares of non-Latino Americans embrace and fully believe a whole host of stereotypes about the nation's Latino population. The CSRC was a research partner in this study.
Huffington Post, September 12, 2012
Story mentions the CSRC as one of the recipients of a 2010-11 Warhol Foundation grant, funds that went toward the L.A. Xicano project.
Los Angeles Times, September 6, 2012
Media coverage on the latest report in the Hate Speech in the Media project.
Radio World Online, August 29, 2012
HSN Health News reports on the CSRC study using biological markers to determine the impact of hate speech on listeners to conservative talk radio
Hispanically Speaking News, August 25, 2012
Chon A. Noriega is quoted in this article about Asco
Los Angeles Review of Books, August 23, 2012
An NPR story on college-bound Latinos quotes research by Daniel Solorzano, UCLA professor of education and former associate director of the CSRC.
UCLA News, August 23, 2012