Lanre Akinsiku

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A few years ago, I moved to Westlake, a ridiculously high-density, low-income neighborhood just west of downtown Los Angeles.

Zocalo: Dribbling my way into acceptance in Westlake

A few years ago, I moved to Westlake, a ridiculously high-density, low-income neighborhood just west of downtown Los Angeles.

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