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Pencil This In: Murder Ballads at the Echoplex, Panels on Race and Immigration and Ingrid Betancourt at Writer's Bloc

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The Hammer Museum hosts the panel discussion Won't You Be My Neighbor? Race, Class, and Residence in Los Angeles tonight at 7 pm. Exploring race from a residential perspective and social justice concerns, the panel features scholars and community activists George Lipsitz (professor of black studies at UCSB), Marqueece Harris-Dawson (executive director of Community Coalition), Charlotte Brimmer (Project Manager, Community Redevelopment Agency/LA) and Dale Brockman Davis (artist). This panel will be moderated by Naima J. Keith (Curatorial Fellow at Hammer Museum).