Unheard LA Salon: Central Library
The stacks at the L.A. Public Library’s central library contain more than 2.8 million books, but the stories we’ll be most interested in checking out when we visited were yours. That’s right, we held another Unheard LA story salon to share pieces by some of our favorite past participants and to meet future ones, too.
For those new to Unheard LA, it’s KPCC In Person’s community-centered storytelling series, which features real, first-person experiences of fellow Angelenos. Some have stage experience. Many don’t. And they express stories in whatever medium that makes most sense to them, whether that’s spoken word, poetry, music, or magic.
Have a story you’re considering sharing or want to learn a little bit more about the Unheard LA process? At the salon, community members joined KPCC In Person producers and past Unheard LA participants as we shared some favorite stories, answered your questions, and gave feedback on your story ideas. We also had snacks!
Julia Robinson Shimizu
Special thanks to our Unheard LA salon host, Los Angeles Public Library.