Digital Arts Service Corps Spotlight

Leticia Miranda is a California-born and raised Chicana with roots in Arizona and Texas. Before joining the Digital Arts Service Corps Leticia covered immigration, prison reform and juvenile justice for Colorlines Magazine and produced a woman of color-centered radio program at KZSC in Santa Cruz. Aside from print and radio, Leticia has a new passion for filmmaking thanks to the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project in San Francisco, CA. Her film, “Con Una Lengua que No es Mia”, has been featured in the Queer Women of Color Film Festival and Frameline Festival. She hopes to one day become an unstoppable media-making machine.

At the Media Literacy Project in Albuquerque, New Mexico Leticia is now producing videos that tackle broadband access specifically in Latino communities. The Digital Arts Service Corps can be a perfect fit for passionate and committed individuals like Leticia, and we look forward to following her media work in the future.

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