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How to survive the tough path of life

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Donate your woolens this winter

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A single person can change million lives

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Election results: CCNMA welcomes 3 new, 3 returning board members

Top left to right: Yvette Cabrera, Rachel Uranga, Miguel Melendez. Bottom left to right: Elizabeth Espinosa, Vanessa Martinez, Valerie Mia Juarez.

Top left to right: Yvette Cabrera, Rachel Uranga, Miguel Melendez. Bottom left to right: Elizabeth Espinosa, Vanessa Martinez, Valerie Mia Juarez.

Members voted and the results are in. CCNMA Board of Directors welcomes three new and three returning board members:

  • Yvette Cabrera, Voice of OC
  • Rachel Uranga, Los Angeles News Group
  • Miguel Melendez, USA Today Sports
  • Vanessa Martinez, Los Angeles News Group
  • Valerie Mia Juarez, KABC
  • Elizabeth Espinosa, Radio and TV personality
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Scholarship to honor late Los Angeles Times photojournalist Rick Corrales

Rick Corrales was an award-winning photojournalist. Starting 2016, a scholarship in his name will support students pursuing photojournalism. (Sandy Corrales Favila)

To commemorate the life of award-winning photojournalist Rick Corrales, CCNMA is honored to administer a scholarship in his name beginning 2016.

The Richard Corrales Memorial Scholarship was created by Corrales’ sister, Sandy Corrales Favila. The award will go to a student interested in photojournalism. Students pursuing journalism will also be considered.

Corrales died on Nov. 7, 2005. He was 48.

Among his many achievements, Corrales invented the 360-degree Spinshot camera and was an innovator in 3-D animation software. In 1984, Corrales helped the Los Angeles Times team win the Pulitzer Prize for public service with his photos of Latinos in Southern California. He was also awarded the Pulitzer Prize for photo coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots and the 1994 Northridge earthquake.

More details about the scholarship will be available in January 2016.

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