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How “Muy Gay Too Mexicano” Spotlights The LGBTQ+ Latiné Experience!

Natalia Moscoso, who directed Photography for Muy Gay Too Mexicano, is a freelance cinematographer based in LA. Moscoso graduated from Cal. State University, Northridge with a BA in Film and Television Arts. She’s worked on music videos, a feature film, and a bunch of short films. -- The Geekiary

REINS OF LOVE | LOCAL U.S. PONY CLUBS KEEP THE EQUESTRIAN LEGACY ALIVE

While at UC Davis, Coulson obtained bachelor’s degrees in animal science and anthropology and then received his master’s in educational administration from California State University, Northridge. With over 50 years of equestrian experience, today he focuses on three-day eventing (dressage, cross country jumping, show jumping) but crosses the spectrum of riding disciplines including driving, breeding and training. He has led thousands of riders through lessons, from first timers to high-level, high-speed jumpers. He served as a fence judge during the 1984 Olympic Games Three-Day Eventing competition (held at the Santa Anita Racetrack) and has trained and coached many high-level eventing horse and rider teams. Coulson also serves as an expert witness in litigation involving equestrian accidents. -- VC Reporter

MY MORNING COFFEE PODCAST PARTNERS WITH REDONDO BEACH POLICE DEPERTMENT

My Morning Coffee Podcast was started at the Morris Media Studios in 2019 to provide a safe place for difficult things to be discussed. Two years later, one of the most divisive and contentious subjects in our society is policing, the call to defund the police, and the role that law enforcement plays in our lives. The two hosts of the show: Tonya McKenzie, a business owner, PR & Leadership Consultant, and Los Angeles County Commissioner, and Gia Sneed, a Lieutenant with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and fashion designer, both are members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and graduates of California State University, Northridge. In the spirit of the show’s mission, during the social unrest of 2020 with the murder of George Floyd and racial upheaval, My Morning Coffee hosted a series of talks with all-African-American police officers, Black in Blue. It was a successful attempt to give voice to those being left out of the conversation. It was honest, open, and diverse with officers from Georgia, Ohio, , Tennessee, and California. -- EIN News

College Student and Retired Teacher to Thank Stem Cell Donors They’ve Never Met for Saving Their Lives During City of Hope’s 45th Bone Marrow Transplant Reunion

Castañeda, who grew up in Bakersfield, California, and was treated by City of Hope’s Joseph Rosenthal, M.D., M.H.C.M., the Barron Hilton Chair in Pediatrics, is now 20 years old and a junior at California State University Northridge. He also founded Bags of Love Foundation, a nonprofit that has delivered more than 200 care packages to young cancer patients in treatment and has provided $11,000 in scholarships to survivors. -- Kolt Country

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