KYCC Hosts Korean Heritage Night with Los Angeles Clippers
KYCC hosted Korean Heritage Night with the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at the Cryto.com Arena in Downtown Los Angeles. The 7:30 p.m. game against the Houston Rockets team celebrated the Los Angeles Korean American community by honoring Korean culture and celebrating KYCC’s work in the diverse Koreatown community. Read more
KYCC Youth Celebrate Black History Month
For Black History Month, the TK-2nd graders in our Wilton Afterschool program read the book “Who Are Your People?”, an inspiring picture book celebrating the family and community that helps make us who we are. Written by the bestselling author Bakari Sellers, the book ends with the question, “So what will you dream and how will you change the world?”. Each of our students and volunteers answered this question and wrote their responses down. One wrote, “Improve the foster care system” and another wrote, “My dream is for all people to be nice.” Litzy wrote, “My dream is to change the world.” Read more
Getty Celebrates L.A. Communities with Free Festivals
The Getty Museum is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and hosting 10 different community festivals throughout the County of Los Angeles. In partnership with the Getty Museum and Community Arts Resources (CARS), KYCC is the community advisor for the celebration taking place on June 11-12 in Koreatown! Please stay tuned for various opportunities to engage the community at the two-day festival. Read more
Birthdays and KYCC Anniversaries
- March 3 – Claudia Alaix
- March 7 – Andrea Marquez
- March 7 – Cristina Basurto
- March 8 – Rudy Fortiz
- March 9 – Sung Lee
- March 10 – Krystle Yu
- March 13 – Davide Pigliacelli
- March 17 – Hilcia Guerra
- March 19 – Joseph Son
- March 20 – La Tanya Clark
- March 21 – Lupe Acosta
- March 21 – Aragas Mandani
- March 22 – Vanessa Sarmiento
- March 23 – Carolyn Kwak
- March 26 – Haidee Gutierrez-Diaz
- March 17 – Hilcia Guerra
- February 3 – Chivas Mays
- February 4 – Betsaida Sambrano
- February 5 – Ana Carlin
- February 10 – Giovanny Choque Ladino
- February 13 – Kathleen Hobkirk
- February 18 – Seung Yoon
- February 19 – Mi Joung Park
- February 27 – Julia Uribe
- February 28 – Peaches Chung
- March 3 – 2 years – Connie Rodriguez
- March 3 – 1 year – Jackie Aguirre
- March 4 – 3 years – Sarah Lee
- March 8 – 1 year – Celina Mendez
- March 8 – 1 year – Sarah Jho
- March 20 – 1 year – Lisa Kim
- March 22 – 1 year – Alberto Soria
- March 26 – 4 years – Arthur Cho
- March 26 – 6 years – Yancy Mauricio
- March 27 – 5 years – Deisy Gutierrez
- February 1 – 4 years – Steve Kang
- February 6 – 3 years – Porfirio Marin
- February 12 – 3 years – Isaac Hong
- February 12 – 3 years – Hilcia Guerra
- February 27 – 2 years – Tristan Kim
- February 16 – 1 year – Greg Peralta
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The map might be correct, but that doesn’t mean they’ll get there.
The instructions might be grammatically perfect, but that doesn’t mean they’ll follow them.
We’re surrounded by guidelines, manuals, announcements and all sorts of other forms of instruction.
But a map only works if it helps.
Identifying our destination, trying new approaches, being open to multiple paths, changing our minds – these are forms of wayfinding.
Realizing that our job is not the perfect map but is to help others find the way is half the job.
– Seth’s Blog