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South L.A. on the Rise

South L.A. on the Rise

This week L.A. Letters highlights a few groups and individuals that are doing phenomenal work to make South L.A. rise.
A Home by the River for Women at Work

A Home by the River for Women at Work

WCCW was created to be a place where women could work on their creative endeavors and be around others who would complement and nurture their work.
Compiling the Evidence: Recognizing a Community Leader By Following in His Footsteps

Compiling the Evidence: Recognizing a Community Leader By Following in His Footsteps

The native garden will honor Mr. Salcedo while beautifying the campus and create a space for the school community to come together to learn, and become stewards of the environment.
Tending to the School Gardens of Tomorrow: Arroyo High's Knights Garden

Tending to the School Gardens of Tomorrow: Arroyo High's Knights Garden

Students from the Knights Garden at Arroyo High School look back on the work they have accomplished during their KCETLink Youth Voices involvement.
The Moratorium that Stomped El Monte Murals

The Moratorium that Stomped El Monte Murals

El Monte almost became a mural city before two controversial works were stomped by a citywide moratorium in the 1970s.
In Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Aspects of Gentrification

In Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Aspects of Gentrification

Brooklyn in May, like Los Angeles in other seasons, is pearl gray light, but there it falls into narrow streets edged closely by four and five story buildings so that, as the day a ...
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