Breslauer, Jan
September 1995
New Republic;9/4/95, Vol. 213 Issue 10, p22
Depicts the rise of post-multiculturalist artists and other art enthusiasts in Los Angeles, California who share interest in the arts and an integrationist attitude towards race. Historical background on the emergence of multiculturalism in the Los Angeles culture scene; Integration of Latin American artists with other ethnically diverse artists at Troy coffeehouse-gallery-performance venue; Theatrical companies that espouse interracial collaboration; Musical bands with mixed race members.


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