How would Charles Lummis celebrate his birthday in contemporary L.A.?
We explore an unlikely but important area to the growth of black identity in Los Angeles - a 66-square-block area known as Little Tokyo.
Every wednesday night a vacant grocery store parking lot in North Hollywood is transformed into a space for krumping, a highly expressive form of street dance born out of South Los
Black migrants with blue-collar jobs and middle-class American dreams found their ambitions blocked by racially restrictive covenants in all-white suburbs until the 1950s.
Today we celebrate media artist and filmmaker Ben Caldwell for the "Iconic Angelenos in Black History" series.
Today we review the life of architect Paul Williams for the "Iconic Angelenos in Black History" series.
A new gallery exhibit showcases selections from Los Angeles Public Library's collection of rarely seen Ansel Adams photos.
Today we celebrate filmmaker Ava Duvernay for the "Iconic Angelenos in Black History" series.