Longtime Wilmington community leader Sergio Carrillo tells the heartwarming story of how his parents both immigrated from Mexico to Wilmington, where they met, fell in love, and had a family.
Wilmington community leader Sergio Carrillo tells the story of a gay rights march in the harbor town, which was a precursor to the famous protest at Stonewall in New York.
Sergio Carrillo tells the story of how the community of Wilmington came together to build the world’s biggest burrito.
Sergio Carillo talks about how the Boys & Girls Clubs of LA Harbor saved his life when he was a kid and how he is paying it back today by volunteering as the president of the club’s board of directors.
Community leader, Sergio Carillo serves as the president of the Wilmington Cemetery District. He tells the story of how Wilmington founding father was instrumental in allowing for the cemetery to be built and its historical value as cemetery that is home to 41 veterans of the Civil War and includes soldiers from every American war.