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‘Art Literally Saves Lives’: Patrisse Cullors on Her Work, Activism, and the Future

The Black Lives Matter cofounder recently sat down with Second Home's Rohan Silva to discuss her latest artwork "Harriet" and what comes next
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Prosperity Market Connects Angelenos with Fresh Produce–and Social Change

Entrepreneurs Carmen Dianne and Kara Still are making it easier to shop from Black urban farmers while bringing fresh, healthy food to underserved communities
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L.A. Leaders Respond to the Chauvin Verdict

Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd

Record Label Young Turks Has Changed Its Name in Recognition of the Armenian Genocide

“We were unaware of the deeper history of the term,” the founder states.
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A Recent Wave of Attacks on Asian Americans Has Communities on Edge

Reports of anti-Asian racism have surged amid the COVID-19 pandemic
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Women Restaurant Owners in L.A. Band Together for a Festival–with Takeout Specials Galore

Local chefs, entrepreneurs, and other women in food are collaborating to help each other survive the pandemic and thrive in the industry
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A New Art Series Celebrates the Vibrant Life of Dr. Martin Luther King

Artists selected by BLM organizers take inspiration from the iconic figure in moments of joy, reflection, and love
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West Hollywood to Add Black, Brown, and Trans Representation to Rainbow Crosswalks

“The symbols we use, the representations we highlight, matters," says activist Amber Hikes
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Mackenzie Scott, Ex-Wife of Jeff Bezos, Has Donated $5.7 Billion in 2020

The philanthropist says the pandemic and racial injustice inspired her to "accelerate" plans to give away her fortune
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Billionaire Tom Gores Resigns from LACMA’s Board Amid Prison Telecom Controversy

His company's investment in Securus Technologies had become a point of contention for racial justice advocates