Dec 9, 2022

Los Angeles group fights eminent domain, racism

Los Angeles group fights eminent domain, racism

Beverly Moore recalls feeling a wave of relief when her family rented a house in Richmond after their previous house burned down in the late 1950s.

The one-story wooden house soon became part of a close-knit Black community. There was a porch and a den filled with books. Moore remembers her mom tending to their fig and pear trees with water from their well. Her mother grew collard greens that…


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