The Museum of Social Justice (MoSJ) is dedicated to telling the neglected stories of the diverse people of Los Angeles from the perspective of marginalized groups. Its exhibitions have amplified the voices of Black and Brown people and many others who have been excluded from power.
The Museum’s Tardeada this year will be celebrating the opening of Finding Sequins in The Rubble: Archives of Jotería Memories in Los Angeles and honor the work and activism of Rev. Frank Wulf, Bamby Salcedo, and Horacio Roque Ramírez. The event will be hosted by reporter Miriam Hernandez at the Pico House of El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument on Saturday, October 14, 2023 (3 PM – 6 PM PDT).
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