The Secret to South L.A.’s Success Is That It Loves Itself

Local Leaders Discuss Protecting the Community’s Rich Past and Promoting Its Bright Future

It’s one thing to put in the hard work to improve a community, but when do you declare success?

In long-maligned South Los Angeles, that time is now, said a panel that included a scholar, a community organizer, a youth mentor, and a former city official during “Is South L.A. an Urban Success Story?,” a Zócalo/California Wellness Foundation event.

The lively discussion was moderated by Jennifer Ferro, president of KCRW, before an overflow crowd at Mercado La Paloma, a former garment sweatshop turned community hub. The conversation covered the …

Trump’s Corporate Comeuppance Was Only a Minor Victory

The Brouhaha Over the GOP Candidate's Diatribe Has Done Little to Counter the Irrational Invective Against Illegal Immigration

Blacks will remember June 2015 as the month when funerals forced the flag down. Gays and lesbians will long celebrate love winning across 50 states.

And Latinos? They had The …