UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications
Linking Media, Culture & Technology across Communities
EthnoCommunications is "living media" - the self-documentation and preservation
of our histories and cultures in real time and virtual space.
Director and Professor, EthnoCommunications
The UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications was founded in 1996 as a national institution to create innovative linkages between communities and universities to document, preserve and highlight unique ethnic cultures and experiences through the use of emerging media and communications technologies.