The New York Times cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the percentage of men on recent year-end country music charts.
ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV featured Roberto Suro on the value of California's cultural diversity. "It's our people that have made California from the start, and it's our people that will make California in the future," he said.
In an essay discussing the film Framing Britney Spears, Refinery29 cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the percentage of film critics who are white men.
CNN quoted Dan Schnur on the efforts to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom. If the recall qualifies, Newsom "will be in the voters' crosshairs," Schnur said.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Dan Schnur on the potential recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. “If there is a recall election, it’s going to be a referendum on how Newsom has handled the pandemic,” he said.
Christopher Smith was quoted in Yahoo Finance about Elon Musk being able to move markets with just a few words, saying Musk has been “very intentional about creating kind of an outlaw, outsider persona. And that resonates with the tech bro culture.”
CalMatters quoted Dan Schnur on how the COVID-19 vaccine rollout failure in California reflects on Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Insider cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on Latinx leads in top-grossing movies.
The Los Angeles Times featured an op-ed by Heather John Fogarty on the end of her efforts to read one book from each state in the United States. "What emerged as a theme in this final installment of books from Oregon to Wyoming is the gross inequities and injustices many Americans endure based on race and class and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness," she wrote.
KPCC-FM's Take Two interviewed Alison Trope on efforts to improve media literacy. "There's a new kind of onus put on us as individuals in this kind of media-literacy landscape," she said. "It shouldn't be something that's only on us."
In an article for The Atlantic, Sandy Tolan reminisced about his conversations with Hank Aaron while working on the book Me and Hank: A Boy and His Hero, Twenty-Five Years Later.