Amina Hassan

author “Loren Miller: Civil Rights Attorney and Journalist”

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Loren Miller was one of the nation's most prominent civil rights lawyers. Now his home in Silver Lake has been tapped to become a historic city landmark.

Civil rights lawyer Loren Miller’s LA home might become historic city landmark

Loren Miller was one of the nation's most prominent civil rights lawyers. Now his home in Silver Lake has been tapped to become a historic city landmark.

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