Topic First Person
A reminder of who anti-camping laws really affect and why 41.18 is not only unconstitutional, but inhumane.
The untold story of the Black communities that thrived in Santa Monica.
“Every time this kind of legislation passes, people like me and my partner face even more unnecessary cruelty than we already do.”
I checked in with the residents of Echo Park Lake, who have built a community of resources and support, to see how they’ve grown.
An ERAS recipient finds out too little too late that his acceptance into the program doesn’t mean he won’t have to pay September rent.
A close look at the history of segregation and education inequality in Los Angeles.
“We’re trying to get in as many shoots as possible before they shut things back down.”
A story about the African-American history of the Ghetto by the beach.
A night spent detained at UCLA’s Jackie Robinson Stadium and what it represents for our over-policed education system
As California begins “Phase 2” of reopening, workers are the ones who will pay.