Today marks the 25th anniversary of the start of the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising.
I urge everyone to experience the immersive exhibits “No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992” and “Trouble Every Day: LA 1965/1992” at the California African American Museum.
The exhibits took me back to 1992, seeing the smoke plumes and ash from mom’s house in Montebello, thinking NWA had warned us this was coming again.
Today, some things are better in South Central L.A. Our SCLA unincorporated communities are rising through strong partnerships and civic engagement. But far too many structural inequalities throughout South Central remain.
Will history repeat a third time in L.A.?
Rivers of blood, years of darkness
Read the FACTS about the misguided proposal to move the L.A. County Dept of Regional Planning from #DTLA to Alhambra. Don’t believe the hype.
The 1992 Los Angeles Uprising began 24 years ago today: April 29, 1992.
This L.A. Times photo captured a shopping mall at Pico and La Brea burning to the ground. The graffiti reads “Look what you created”.