- African American HistorySocial MovementsCommunity Activism
- 5 hrs.
- Series Statement:
- This series documents community organizations and institutions that arose in the aftermath of the Watts Rebellion to address issues such as education, employment, healthcare, housing, transportation, and police harassment. The first phase of the series involved interviews with key organizers of ...
- Biographical Note:
- California State University, Fullerton, professor of linguistics and expert on ebonics.
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- Narratives of Justice:Criminal Justice Activism in Los Angeles4
- Community Service Organization Oral Histories3
- Central American Solidarity Movement in Los Angeles1