Sissy Trinh

Southeast Asian Community Alliance

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Executive Director of the Southeast Asian Community Alliance

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After a battle about tradition, gentrification and economic progress, Walmart opened last week in LA's Chinatown, on the ground floor of the Grand Plaza Building at Cesar Chavez…

Walmart and Gentrification in Chinatown

After a battle about tradition, gentrification and economic progress, Walmart opened last week in LA's Chinatown, on the ground floor of the Grand Plaza Building at Cesar Chavez…

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