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It All Starts with a Coffee Shop: Gentrification Beyond the Numbers
December 13, 2018
Windsor Hills and View Park have always been a shining Black light in Los Angeles. It’s where Black doctors and lawyers aspired to live when they weren’t welcomed in Bel-Air or Brentwood, where Ray Charles, Meghan Markle, and Ike and Tina Turner lived. It was the gold standard for Black people, a gleaming refuge lost to most in the sprawl of Los Angeles. ... read more »
Broad Fest: Free Event at The Broad Stage
August 16, 2018
Broad Fest returns on Sunday, September 2, 2018. This free outdoor event features music and dance, activities for kids and adults, plus snacks, sweets and food available for purchase. Members and subscribers, local families, college students and arts enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy an array of musical performances, DJ music and dance floor, drumming, movies and more. ... read more »
Grueling Rescue Operation In Mediterranean Unable To Save 26 African Girls
November 7, 2017
Traffickers are still sending migrant boats out into the Mediterranean - the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said Friday that more than 2,560 migrants had been saved over four days. ... read more »
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