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    Zaragoza-Cerritos, Annette. ‘Victoria.’ Unpublished Script, 2020.

    TAGLINE:

    QTBIPOC folx combine Nature, Science, Spirit and Magic
    in an attempt to heal generational curses
    in a Post-Pandemic Abolitionist world.

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    Episode – Director, Production Designer, Editor

    Diaspora Diaries: A DIY Abolitionist Series. Directed by Annette Zaragoza-Cerritos, Diaspora Coalition of Los Angeles, 2020.


    MINI DOC – Documentarian, Editor

    3,516 views

    Los Angeles Times – Junipero Serra statue toppled in downtown L.A.

    ABC – Demonstrators topple statue of Junipero Serra, who helped found missions in California, in DTLA

    KCRW – Why Junipero Serra statues are crumbling across California

    Los Angeles Times -At Los Angeles toppling of Junipero Serra statue, activists want full history told

    NBC – Demonstrators Pull Down Statue of Junipero Serra DowntownB

    Yahoo – California confronts its racist past as tributes to Confederates and colonizers fall

    Daily News – Protesters in L.A. topple statue of Junipero Serra, who helped colonize California

    KTLA – Junipero Serra statues toppled in downtown L.A.

    LAIST- Activists Tore Down A Statue Of Junipero Serra In Solidarity With Black Lives Matter

    L.A. TACO – THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF HEALING:’ DESCENDENTS OF TONGVA, CHUMASH, AND TATAVIAM TRIBES ORGANIZED THE TOPPLING OF JUNÍPERO SERRA STATUE IN THE BIRTHPLACE OF L.A.

    NATIVES TOPPLE STATUE OF SLAVE OWNER, JUNIPERO SERRA.


    MINI DOC – Documentarian, Editor

    2,983 views

    Mother Jones – A Rose That Grew From Concrete: Protesters Leave Flowers to Commemorate Those Who’ve Died at the Hands of Police

    ABC – Activists place thousands of roses outside Hall of Justice in downtown LA, call for criminal justice reform

    L.A. Weekly – PROTESTERS LAY THOUSANDS OF ROSES OUTSIDE HALL OF JUSTICE

    FOX – Thousands of roses are lining the sidewalk outside the downtown Hall of Justice, at 211 W. Temple St., to show solidarity with victims of violence inside and outside Los Angeles County’s jail system. The “Rose From Concrete” action, organized by members of the Justice LA coalition, was inspired by a poem by the late rapper Tupac Shakur.

    ROSE TO CONCRETE PROTEST


    MINI DOC – Documentarian, Editor

    568 views

    ROSE TO CONCRETE PROTEST


    SHORT FILM – Documentarian, Editor

    300 views

    ROSE TO CONCRETE PROTEST


    SHORT FILM – Actor

    Heart Swell. Directed by Kimberly Bautista, Justice For My Sister, 2020.


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