“Success Isn’t Getting Out of the Hood”

California State Assembly candidate Prophet Walker sees his district—which includes Compton and Watts—differently

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Time Frame

Larry Zarian Transportation Center,
400 W. Cerritos Ave., Glendale.
Elapsed Time: 87 years

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