Michael Anderson

Architect, author of “Urban Magic: Vibrant Black and Brown Communities Are Possible”

Architect, author of “Urban Magic: Vibrant Black and Brown Communities Are Possible”

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Black and Brown neighborhoods in South LA — like Inglewood, Crenshaw, and Leimert Park — have always faced economic challenges.

Bringing more vibrancy to LA’s Black and Brown communities starts at the street level

Black and Brown neighborhoods in South LA — like Inglewood, Crenshaw, and Leimert Park — have always faced economic challenges.

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