@dcsouthla | KCET
This week L.A. Letters highlights a few groups and individuals that are doing phenomenal work to make South L.A. rise.
The venerable club on Pico Boulevard is closing at a time when the struggle for equality is still playing out on the dance floor.
Almost a third of South L.A. residents are under the age of 18, and poor indoor air quality from slum housing conditions results in a critical public health issue.