Megan Jamerson

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As LA makes safety improvements during rapid neighborhood development south of the 10 freeway, locals ask which changes really benefit them.

Are crosswalks in West Adams another sign of gentrification?

As LA makes safety improvements during rapid neighborhood development south of the 10 freeway, locals ask which changes really benefit them.

from Greater LA

The supply chain backlog increased toxic emissions at the ports in 2021. There’s a plan to clean things up, but residents worry it’s not moving fast enough.

Port backlog renews Long Beach concerns over toxic air

The supply chain backlog increased toxic emissions at the ports in 2021. There’s a plan to clean things up, but residents worry it’s not moving fast enough.

from Greater LA

Sherman Indian High School in Riverside is still thriving, and its mission is to support tribal traditions and identities.

Indigenous community brings healing to complicated history of Inland Empire boarding school

Sherman Indian High School in Riverside is still thriving, and its mission is to support tribal traditions and identities.

from Greater LA

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