Willy Wyatt: Old Timer | KCET
Willy Wyatt: Old Timer
Oakwood Park used to be the gathering place of the African-American community. Amidst the changes in the neighborhood, you can still catch a glimpse of the way things were watching games of dominoes or overhearing discussions among the elderly who can no longer afford to live in the community. Willy Wyatt, a park regular, gives us his perspective on why he refuses to move from the area.
They said, 'Eventually we're going to get rid of all you low-class, low-income people.' They didn't give a specific date, but if you look at it, it happened.”
Social distancing means fewer people can use storm shelters, which are boosting hygiene provisions, while movement restrictions could hamper the delivery of emergency aid.
Female former factory workers hope to use university degrees to improve workers’ rights after Rana Plaza and coronavirus pandemic.
These profiles highlight the intersections of COVID-19 and other social and economic indicators in specific neighborhooods in L.A. County.
I became passionate about making natural body care products not only to address the contaminants of pharmaceuticals, but also to connect with my Mayan ancestry.
- 1 of 330
- next ›