Jett Loe documents the architecture of past eras in an e-book
The proposed referendum would downgrade some crimes from felonies to misdemeanors.
The music, art and theater performance “Dreaming Sin Fronteras” comes to USC’s Bovard Auditorium Oct. 16.
More from Intersections
October 21, 2014 By Daina Beth Solomon | Editor-in-Chief
Journalists, activists and city workers discussed past changes in South LA, and the changes that could come next.
October 17, 2014 By Matt Levin | Reporter
Marshall Tuck helped found Animo Inglewood Charter High School in the early 2000s.
October 16, 2014 By Rebecca Gibian | Reporter
LA Unified School District superintendent John Deasy’s resignation is an opportunity for a new leader.
October 16, 2014 By Jordyn Holman | Senior Reporter
The grand building with its Middle Eastern-style architecture was built more than a hundred years ago.
October 13, 2014 By Intersections South LA
The Chicano activist grew up among LA’s gangs before becoming a writer.
October 13, 2014 By Laura Santana
A South LA mother with three deaf children started the “Deaf Latinos” group to help other Spanish-speaking families.
October 10, 2014 By Intersections South LA
Students had protested last summer over incomplete schedules.
October 9, 2014 By Jordyn Holman | Senior Reporter
LA’s oldest African-American church, the First African Methodist Episcopal, is still a cultural force in South LA.
October 8, 2014 By Anna-Catherine Brigida | Assistant Multimedia Editor
A panel discussion at USC will bring together activists, journalists, residents and others to discuss views on South LA and the university’s role in the community.
October 8, 2014 By Neon Tommy
Rents are expected to keep rising across Los Angeles.
October 7, 2014 By Raakhee Natha | Reporter
The Vice President and the Mayor of Los Angeles met with business owners at a baking company.
October 4, 2014 By Rebecca Gibian | Reporter
Mom and pop business suffering from Crenshaw/LAX line construction will get funding.
October 1, 2014 By Kate Guarino | Staff Reporter
Rates for assault and rape go up citywide while South LA crime decreases.
South LA in the News
October 20, 2014
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Arts education along with social and emotional learning for middle- and high-schoolers.
Delivering health services at worksites, and to workers and their families.
Profiling organizations that are propelling positive change in South LA.
Xochil Frausto shares her experiences growing up queer in Watts.
Julieta Mendez responds to an LA Times article about “soaring home prices” in South LA.
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Skylar Endsley Myers compares her experience as a private-school student against her best friend Randall’s experience in South LA public schools.
Ryan Johnson takes us to where she grew up, Baldwin Hills, and talks with residents about problems with schools, diversity, and transportation challenges.