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A Giant in a Forest of Green: Robert García, A Leader in L.A.’s Environmental Justice Movement Passes AwayPost date: 2020-04-13T09:09:35-07:00
Two things have shaped the life of Robert García. That he was a civil rights attorney and that he was an immigrant.
Post date: 2020-01-07T10:59:56-08:00
History may have happened yesterday, but a look at these objects from the past shows that it still holds power even today.
Post date: 2019-12-23T10:31:28-08:00
Southern California may have a reputation for being a place to forget one's past, but its neighborhoods and streets are teeming with history. Here are nine pivotal moments that unfolded here.
Post date: 2019-11-12T15:01:20-08:00
All around the United States is a 100-mile border zone where one can be searched and one's things seized. Policies way beyond what the constitution allows is regularly implemented. Artists drew on select sites. Here's what they realized.
Post date: 2019-10-30T10:26:51-07:00
On January 17, 1920 fourteen years of Prohibition began. What began as a grand, noble experiment quickly turned sour. See some of the strange goings-on in Los Angeles during that short-lived period.
Post date: 2019-10-16T05:39:44-07:00
Since its gifting to Los Angeles on December 1896, Griffith Park has been the sprawling landscape on which Angelenos have drawn their dreams. Learn more about its many unexpected histories.