Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin

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Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin tells stories of the changing landscape of Leimert Park and the Crenshaw District. His photo collection is “Black Space: Los Angeles.”

‘You can see the scars everywhere': Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin photographs LA’s communities of color during pandemic

Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin tells stories of the changing landscape of Leimert Park and the Crenshaw District. His photo collection is “Black Space: Los Angeles.”

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