Hello Everyone on the Internet! In continuing our live-blog on History in Action, here is the second of […]

[Editor’s Note: Fifteen years ago, a a group of Jewish and Latino activists began efforts to renovate and […]

With Barack Obama’s second term inauguration in January and the multiracial coalition assembled for his 2012 victory, observers […]

If “you keep telling people that they are unfairly treated and teach them disrespect for the law,” Chief […]

  “Our nation is moving toward two societies, One Black, One White – separate and unequal,” announced the […]

In a critical scene from the 1997 neo-noir “L.A. Confidential,” the ambitious and overzealous Detective Ed Exley (Guy […]

“I remember traveling to Lake Elsinore, which was a long way in those days,” reminisced Zeke Mejia in […]

[Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared under the Intersections column at KCET Departures, May 30, 2013.] In the […]