Salvador Perez

Stanford Law School

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Second-year student at Stanford Law School from the View Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles

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Today's election turnout undoubtedly will be very low, and that's  a reminder that Los Angeles is a city so fragmented — complete with a mountain range down the middle — that…

How Neighborhood Councils Could Save Los Angeles

Today's election turnout undoubtedly will be very low, and that's  a reminder that Los Angeles is a city so fragmented — complete with a mountain range down the middle — that…

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