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This article explores Indigenous food exchange patterns prior to Afroeurasian colonization and continuing today. It calls for the application of historical inquiry into early foodways—production, consumption, exchange, ecological adaptation—in the quest for solutions to looming global challenges...
The core land holdings of today’s Malibu Creek State Park were acquired and protected by a private country club (1910–1946) made up of some of Los Angeles’s key leaders. In that beautiful natural setting they and their families socialized and relaxed. The values they shared ensured the...
Reverend J. Raymond Henderson personified the tensions within the Los Angeles black community’s struggle for equality during his 1941–1963 tenure as pastor of the Second Baptist Church. While Rev. Henderson advocated the patient cultivation of respectability as a means of winning white...
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