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  • What Raising Kids In SoCal Really Looks Like
  • Part of the Race In LA series, The 8 Percent explores the inextricable ties between L.A. and its Black residents - how Black migration, community and culture have shaped and changed L.A.
  • UP IS DOWN. Day is night. High is low. Left is mustard. This is the world right now. Angelenos are facing a protracted pandemic, a reckoning over racial inequity, and a smog of mixed signals about how to exist safely. These guides were created to help you navigate the day-to-day in L.A. as it changes (sometimes literally) minute-by-minute.
  • Year-round wildfires, rising sea levels, scorching heat. The climate emergency is here. That’s why this week, to mark Earth Day, we’re taking part in Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 400 media outlets to get more people thinking about the challenge of our times. How is it changing life in LA? Who’s being hit hardest? And what’s being done about it?
  • Un Vistazo Realista Al Cuidado Y La Educación Temprana En SoCal
  • How does your race and/or ethnicity shape your life and experiences? We want to hear your stories.
  • Child care was labeled essential during the coronavirus pandemic, but preschool teachers, family child care providers, relatives and nannies have long been doing the critical work of helping young kids grow and thrive.Here's what SoCal early care and education really looks like.
  • We are exploring why domestic or intimate partner violence is the biggest reason women experience homelessness in L.A. County.
  • At LAist, we've thought a lot about how to motivate people to prep for an inevitable massive earthquake here in Southern California. We even dedicated an entire podcast to it.No more excuses or delays. Here's your one stop shop.
  • Racism 101 gives Angelenos the opportunity to ask tough questions about race — and facilitate their own deeper talks about races with our conversation “starter kit.”
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