A Vietnamese American who lent his voice and talents to the people of Little Saigon in Los Angeles has died at the age of 55, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Viet Dzung aired both his political commentaries and his singing voice on Radio Bolsa, which is based in Orange County but is available nationally.
He organized concerts in Little Saigon as a way to attract immigrants to his voter registration drives.
He lived with polio since he was a child and also suffered from diabetes.
You can read more about his contributions to the community and reaction to his death in the Los Angeles Times.