Can embattled City Councilman Kevin de León regain trust of constituents?

LA City Hall is seen from Grand Park, October 14, 2022. “The fight for political control in the country's second-largest city should be a story. [The] history of racial tensions and racial injustice in Los Angeles is long and profound and deeply painful,” says León Krauze, national news anchor for Univision. Photo by Amy Ta/KCRW

Kevin de León says he will not step down from LA City Council following the release of racist audio from him and his colleagues there. He wants to prove to his constituents that he deserves to keep his job, says León Krauze, who recently interviewed de León.

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