James Fugate

Leimert Park Merchant Association

Guest

President of the Leimert Park Merchant Assn. and co-owner of Esowon Bookstore

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Black-owned businesses saw a wave of customers following the murder of George Floyd and the protests sparked by his death.

James Fugate’s picks for books on race: ‘Four Hundred Souls,’ ‘America on Fire,’ and more

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As the Space Shuttle Endeavour is moved from LAX through to the  Science Center  downtown, what LA Mayor Villaraigosa once touted as "the mother of all parades," has been scaled back…

When Is a Parade Not a Parade?

As the Space Shuttle Endeavour is moved from LAX through to the Science Center downtown, what LA Mayor Villaraigosa once touted as "the mother of all parades," has been scaled back…

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