A modest mural in San Bernardino offers clues to regional history that is part of a larger story being told.
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.
In the 1980s disenfranchised youth of Highland Park, bereft of community resources and victims of education inequality, became increasingly susceptible to gang activity.
1966, Family matriarch Josefina Duardo decided to move to the neighborhood with her nine children from East Los Angeles after being told by relatives of Highland Park's peaceful an
Congresswoman Judy Chu recalls her road to congress, her personal experiences with racial discrimination, and her hopes in multi-ethnic coalitions.
Ben Fong, resident and war veteran, discusses ownership rights, work restrictions for Chinese people, his attempts to enlist in the military, and finally his journey back as a resi