Results tagged “Lillian Kalish”

Officials Are Not Chill About The Community Fridges Popping Up Around LA

Organized and overseen by residents, these fridges are filled with free food but they exist in a legal gray area where health codes can sometimes hinder community nourishment.

How A Healer, An Artist And A Chef Are Fighting For Black Food Sovereignty In South LA

"When we take care of each other, when we give half of our very little to other people, it's because we're all connected in this collective struggle."

How 'All Black Lives Matter' Emerged From The Ashes Of A Failed Solidarity March

When Christopher Street West decided to host a "Black solidarity march," they did it without consulting any Black activists outside of the organization -- and that says a lot about West Hollywood's Whiteness problem.

This Village Of Black Artists Has Been A Semi-Secret Creative Haven For 50 Years

St. Elmo Village in L.A.'s Mid-City just celebrated 50 years of art and activism. Will it survive another half-century?

Compton's First Ever Pride Festival Is This Weekend

South L.A. residents wanted a free, grassroots Pride festival close to home -- so they created their own.