Windsor Hills

Former California State Director Heather Hutt Looks to Apply a Balanced Voice as She Runs for 54th District Assemblymember

Public service needs a balanced voice in leadership; former California State Director, Heather Hutt has devoted her focus to equity and proper representation in the halls of civic duty. She has been an amplified voice for Black women and wants to use her influence to bring on social change within the 54th District.  

Inspired Garden Artistry Hosts Blooms with a View 10th Anniversary Spring Garden Tour and Vendor Park

In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the View Park, Windsor Hills, View Heights, and Ladera Heights bi-annual Garden Tour, there will be a host of activities for garden aficionados, adults, and children. Scheduled throughout the day will be drumming at one of the gardens, and potting classes, a children’s play area, plant swap, food, music, and giveaways at the vendor park.

Displacement in Los Angeles The First Time

Some of the country’s most intense “battles” around gentrification – commonly defined as the renovation or reinvigoration of communities or areas thru the influx of new residents and businesses which leads to the displacement of long-term residents from those same communities or areas – are currently being waged in predominantly Black South L.A. neighborhoods such as Leimert Park, View Park and Windsor Hills. 

Faith Guides Pastor Hurtt in Shepherding Mount Sinai Members

Strong faith has guided the Rev. George E. Hurtt throughout his ministry and as a result, he’s experienced success as the pastor of Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church. The congregation, located in the Windsor Hills neighborhood of South Los Angeles, features a thriving membership that not only attracts people of all ages, but also contains a considerable number of young adults, from the early 20s to the late 40s. Shepherding a flock of various ages and spiritual levels can present challenges, still Hurtt has done well as a person who loves people, enjoys preaching, and most importantly, trusts God to

It All Starts with a Coffee Shop: Gentrification Beyond the Numbers

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.

Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills June 23rd, 9 A.M.

Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills 2018 and the communities of Ladera Heights, View Park, Windsor Hills, Crenshaw, and Leimert Park   A 24 hour event starting on June 23rd at 9 am Ending at 9 am on June 24th Yvonne B. Burke Athletic Complex (Baseball Field) 5401 S. Fairfax between Stocker and Slauson   What is Relay For Life? Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills is a fun and unique 24-hour walkathon to increase cancer awareness while raising much-needed funds for the American Cancer Society’s patient service programs, cancer research, advocacy and community education. Teams composed of 8 to