We were good! We were 13 years-old and travelling to places as far as Arizona, New York, Colorado, […]

When you look up the word “plenary,” the dictionary provides the following definition: “(of a meeting) to be […]

On October 3, 1965, President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed what became, in retrospect, one of the most influential […]

When Donald Trump bellowed his now-famous screed against immigration, accusing Mexican migrants of crime, disease, and more or […]

In May 1933, Hicks camp was nearing full capacity. More than 1,500 migrant workers were settling down to […]

[For more on Compton and its complex demographic change see an earlier ToM piece, “Compton as the Bellwether […]

A subway to the sea, new mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, told reporters in 2005, “would be the most utilized […]

(This post is part of our ongoing attempt to “live-blog” our participation in community-based history in South El […]