New Housing Rules, the Heroin Epidemic and L.A.’s Mysterious House on a Hill
From this Episode:
New Housing Rules Nationwide
Lyndon Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act into law in 1968. It was designed to integrate neighborhoods and eliminate housing discrimination, both overt and unintentional....
7 min, 9 sec
Housing Opportunity in L.A.
Like many big metro areas, Los Angeles has a history of white neighborhoods working hard to keep other colors out. That history continues to influence where Angelenos live,...
9 min, 16 sec
L.A.’s Mysterious House on a Hill
There’s a century-old house hidden in the middle of an oil field in Baldwin Hills. Few people know it’s there, and even fewer know its history. Today, we unpack the mystery,...
10 min, 7 sec
Heroin Epidemic and the Impact of Medical Marijuana
The country is in the midst of an epidemic. Not measles or the flu, but heroin addiction. The rate of heroin use among women doubled over a decade, according to a new study...
12 min, 50 sec