Neighborhood Notes: Venice Japanese-American Memorial Marker Unveiled & More

News and stories on the shifting culture of our neighborhoods:

  • Former Japanese-American internees get a peek at new memorial in Venice - Yo Venice

  • Teaching the Cambodian genocide to a new generation, with Prach Ly (video) - SCPR, more on L.A. Letters

  • "Living street" planned for York Boulevard - LA Streetsblog

  • Congressman Advocates for Making the L.A. River a True Urban Waterway - Los Feliz Ledger

  • "People's Guide to Los Angeles" is a guidebook for the 99% - LA Weekly

Top: Unveiling of the Venice Japanese-American Memorial Marker, April 25, 2012. Photo by Yo Venice! used under Creative Commons.

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