As an important part of the Latino and LGBTQ communities, The Wall Las Memorias has been recognized by the media for its dedication and activism on various community issues. Fueled by its commitment for social justice, the organization is often looked upon by the media as a prime example of a community leader.



 | Queerty | 11 Great Places To Get Your Queer Art Fix in Los Angeles

 | NPR | Stigma Keeps Many Gay Latinos off HIV Prevention Pill

 | PR Newswire | 1st Look at The Wall Las Memorias Project AIDS Monument Renovation Project

 | The Body | Remembering What the 80s Were Like for Latinx Gay Men in CA

 | My News LA | 'Midnight Stroll' Assisting L.A. Transgender Community Gets Support

 | The Pride LA | HIV Status in America

 | KABC-TV | AIDS Monument in Lincoln Heights Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Renovation

 | The Pride LA | AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park Approved for Renovation

 | Fox 11 News | East LA Monument honors Community Members Lost to AIDS

 | The Eastsider | The Man Behind the Lincoln Heights AIDS Monument

 | The Eastsider | Ceremonies across L.A. will honor World AIDS Day

| Buzzfeed News | A New Wave Of Meth Addiction Is Hitting Queer People Of Color

  | NBC SoCal | Class of 2020: You're Invited to a Virtual Prom

 | Telemundo 52 | Baile de Graduación Virtual

 | 89.3 KPCC | 11 Names Added to AIDS Memorial in Lincoln Park

 | NBC SoCal | 30 Years Ago: First AIDS Cases Reported in LA

 | Out in the 562 | The Wall Las Memorias to Host 20th Anniversary Gala

 | Unidos US | The First Funded AIDS Monument in the U.S. 

 | Los Angeles Times | How George Floyd’s Death & COVID-19 Reshaped My Identity as a Gay Latinx Man

 | POZ Magazine | Meth and HIV Among Gay and Bi Latino Men

 | The Signal Santa Clarita Valley | City Council to Discuss Ideas to Memorialize SHS Shooting Victims

 | Spectrum News | East LA's World AIDS Day Event Memorializes Victims Amid Pandemic