Dyana Winkler

co-director of “United Skates”

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World on Wheels is a roller skating rink on Venice Blvd in Mid City.

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World on Wheels is a roller skating rink on Venice Blvd in Mid City.

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World on Wheels is a roller skating rink on Venice Blvd in Mid City. It was closed for years, and that meant the end to local African American skate culture.

Why African American roller skating culture is under siege

World on Wheels is a roller skating rink on Venice Blvd in Mid City. It was closed for years, and that meant the end to local African American skate culture.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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