This week L.A. Letters celebrates the spirit of collaboration and a few local ambassadors doing interdisciplinary work uniting poetry, performance, theater, education, and activism
The people of Los Angeles now have the opportunity to work with state and local government to restore the lost beauty of the River.
Some of L.A.'s most important history lay in the periphery, in towns like El Monte and South El Monte. But how do we excavate and broadcast its important history?
Students photograph the community's reaction to the Zimmerman verdict and explore how historically Leimert Park has offered a space for activists and artist to express themselves.
In response to the folly of the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman by a jury of six Florida women, this week L.A. Letters presents Southern California women with vision that ha
Can you love a neighborhood and still see the rough edges? Student producer Lewa can and she helps us see it too with her photographs of Leimert Plaza Park.