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.

Robert Nakamura


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.

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The updated Center for EthnoCommunications film catalog includes over 100 student films that have been made over the last thirteen years. To check these films out from the EthnoCommunications library for educational purposes, please contact Janet Chen at jchen@aasc.ucla.edu.

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