Multi-American | How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

New address, new look for Multi-American

Yes, a breakfast burrito. With an American flag in it.
Yes, a breakfast burrito. With an American flag in it.
Photo by Joe Goldberg/Flickr (Creative Commons)

In the very near future, Multi-American is going to be moving to a new address and getting a visual makeover.

It's been two years ago since the site kicked off as part of the NPR Argo Network, a collection of websites created in partnership with NPR member stations, in this case with 89.3 KPCC. It's thanks to all of you reading this that we've come a very long way since.

I'm happy to report now that the tech wizards here at Southern California Public Radio have moved all of the site's content - not an easy task - to a new platform, the same one shared by other great KPCC blogs like The Latest, Pass/Fail and the DeBord Report.

You'll be able to access Multi-American via the main KPCC website, or directly at Once the switch occurs, if you go to the old Multi-American address, you'll be redirected automatically.

The new and improved M-A will look like the other in-house KPCC sites (expect more orange, less blue). Aside from that, we'll continue to bring you the same great content: immigration news, analysis, and features with a window into the evolving cultural landscape we live in.

Stay tuned. And I while it's been a couple of years, I promise this will be the last time I publish this photo of a flag burrito. Really.