Kelly Simpson | KCET
Post date: 2012-05-09T09:30:51-07:00
This week in 1882, the Chinese Exclusion Act barred immigration from China. While this marked a significant point in U.S. history when a specific group was targeted in an exclusionary immigration law, it was not the first of its kind, nor was it the la...
Post date: 2012-05-01T09:08:08-07:00
Today is International Workers' Day, also known a May Day -- a holiday founded by socialist , labor unions, and born of violence in its effort to obtain equality for the working class. Though not officially celebrated and historically ignored, the holi...
Post date: 2012-04-24T10:18:57-07:00
Explore poetry in non-traditional spaces in L.A. from Long Beach to Highland Park.
Post date: 2012-03-14T08:04:59-07:00
On March 18th, 3 a.m. before the L.A. Marathon, the Wolfpack Hustle Marathon Crash Race will utilize the blocked off streets to make history in the urban, underground bicycling community. Will you be there to witness or compete?
Post date: 2012-03-08T10:38:54-08:00
Many traces of once-prominent developers Alfred Chapman and Andrew Glassell remain around Los Angeles.
Post date: 2012-03-07T08:15:13-08:00
The 1968 East Los Angeles walkouts displayed the largest mobilization of Chicano youth leaders in Los Angeles history.