• Portrait of Julián Cardona.

    Julián Cardona Biography

    Julián Cardona Julián Cardona was born in 1960 in Zacatecas, Mexico. He migrated to the border city of Juárez where he attended school, received vocational training, and worked as a technician in the maquiladora industry. In 1991, Cardona returned to Zacatecas to teach basic photography at the Centro Cultural de Zacatecas and started his photojournalism […]

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    Spring Tardeada

    Museum of Social Justice presents their Spring Tardeada, an afternoon with Julian Cardona acclaimed exodus exhibit photographer and activists.  When: March 21, 2015 @ 3-6 Where: 2281 Holliston Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001 Ticket Price: $75 per person Taco Bar and beverages RSVP: info@museumofsocialjustice.org or (213) 613-1096 To purchase tickets online visit: Spring Tardeada To pay […]

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    Spring Tardeada Sponsorship

    Spring Tardeada- an afternoon with Julian Cardona, acclaimed exodus photographer and activist on March 21, 2015, 3-6pm @ the home of Kent and Norma Kachigian, 2281 Holliston Avenue, Altadena, CA, 91001 For individual tickets on line visit: Julian Cardona  SPONSORSHIP $2,000 TITLE SPONSOR Recognition as a Title Sponsor with company name or logo prominently displayed […]

  • Father Richard Estrada

    Father Richard Estrada

    The Museum’s Board Member, Father Richard Estrada, was featured in the LA Times. Please enjoy the article.  ACTIVIST L.A. PRIEST FOLLOWS RELIGION OF ACCEPTANCE

  • FEB Notable Figures

    February Birthdays

    Please join us in celebrating the birthdays of these notable figures and applaud them for their work in Social Justice. *The Museum of Social Justice would like to hear from you! If there is a notable figure who was born in March and should be recognized in our Monthly Birthday posts, please feel free to […]

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    Happy Holidays

    The Museum of Social Justice would like to wish everyone a happy holiday and happy new year. 

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    Museum of Social Justice Tour

    On December 6, 2014, Museum of Social Justice volunteers Roberto Martinez and Betty Huebner had the privilege of providing the transnational grassroots collective Ollin Calli a tour of our second exhibition Exodus. They are based out of Tijuana, Mexico, where they offer free legal advice to maquiladora workers, while raising awareness of the dire labor […]

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    Arnett Hartsfield Jr.

    Arnett Hartsfield Jr. (June 14, 1918 – October 31, 2014) Please join the Museum of Social Justice in memory of Arnett Hartsfield.  Hartsfield being one out of 80 black firefighters helped integrate the Los Angeles Fire Department. He was one of the founding members of the Stentorians, a black firefighters group. Hartsfield was also a […]

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Spring Tardeada

Museum of Social Justice presents their Spring Tardeada, an afternoon with Julian Cardona acclaimed exodus exhibit photographer and activists.  When: March 21, 2015 @ 3-6 Where: 2281 Holliston Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001 Ticket Price: $75 per person Taco Bar and beverages RSVP: info@museumofsocialjustice.org or (213) 613-1096 To purchase tickets online visit: Spring Tardeada To pay […]

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Spring Tardeada Sponsorship

Spring Tardeada- an afternoon with Julian Cardona, acclaimed exodus photographer and activist on March 21, 2015, 3-6pm @ the home of Kent and Norma Kachigian, 2281 Holliston Avenue, Altadena, CA, 91001 For individual tickets on line visit: Julian Cardona  SPONSORSHIP $2,000 TITLE SPONSOR Recognition as a Title Sponsor with company name or logo prominently displayed […]

Father Richard Estrada

Father Richard Estrada

The Museum’s Board Member, Father Richard Estrada, was featured in the LA Times. Please enjoy the article.  ACTIVIST L.A. PRIEST FOLLOWS RELIGION OF ACCEPTANCE