In memory of Navalette Tabor Bailey, we remember her with this interview and thank her for her contribution to Los Angeles and its history.
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
Christine Sterling, Los Angeles' socialite and civic leader, used the sets of the 1937 film The Good Earth to recreate the feel of a small Chinese village in China City.
Esther Lee Johnson recalls the working spirit of her mother, the accomplishments she experienced throughout childhood, and her first and most memorable experiences working in the m
Eugene Moi and William Estrada accounts the infamous Chinese massacre of 1871 and how racial tensions and violence persisted for decades.