Violet Gonzales-Baird

El Segundo resident

El Segundo resident

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El Segundo once had signs that made people of color know they were not welcome after dark, including those who worked within city limits.

El Segundo used to be a sundown town. ‘Black in Mayberry’ confronts its racist past and present

El Segundo once had signs that made people of color know they were not welcome after dark, including those who worked within city limits.

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