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The Valley Paradox: Gentlemen Farming and Immigrant Labor in the Creation of San Fernando Valley

The Valley Paradox: Gentlemen Farming and Immigrant Labor in the Creation of San Fernando Valley

Without Japanese and Mexican American labor, the Valley's image of "whiteness" would not have been possible.
Local Media Perspectives on the L.A. River and Northeast L.A.

Local Media Perspectives on the L.A. River and Northeast L.A.

The researchers of the NELA Riverfront Collaborative conducted a focus group discussion with local media producers, editors, and writers to learn about the conditions and challenge ...
Common Threads: Exploring Community Through Embroidery

Common Threads: Exploring Community Through Embroidery

Participants shared their own definitions and examples of the word "community," and create photographic works based on these shared ideas using found photography and embroidery.
'Bell Gardens? That's Indian Town!': 1980s Pow Wows and Cultural Persistence

'Bell Gardens? That's Indian Town!': 1980s Pow Wows and Cultural Persistence

A nuanced and rich history of urban Native Americans can be found in Bell Gardens, where pow wows provided a gathering place for the community.
North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

This Saturday at 11 a.m., the gates will officially open for the North Valleyheart Riverwalk Project, a $3.5 million project that rehabilitates the river trail from Studio City to ...
World Cup L.A.: Connecting Communities Through a Love of Soccer

World Cup L.A.: Connecting Communities Through a Love of Soccer

Inspired by the city's growing interest in reclaiming public spaces, these pop-ups viewing events will revolve around TVs placed on streets and stores, that face sidewalks, vacant ...
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