Leimert Park | KCET
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With a camera in-hand, Huell gives us an insider’s look at the community of Leimert Park and its African American heritage. From boutiques selling African apparel to chess players along the street to art galleries, Leimert Park proves to be yet another fascinating and richly diverse Los Angeles enclave.
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