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October 31, 2011

Downtown Los Angeles

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Some cool Los Angeles photos:

Downtown Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Image by channone
Downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles River Headwaters 2007
Los Angeles
Picture by The Metropolis Venture
Los Angeles River headwaters Canoga Park 2007. See the headwaters circa 1900.

The Los Angeles River can unite the town throughout racial, ethnic, and financial lines and link all of Los Angeles jointly as a single community through house and time.

&quotWere it not for the Los Angeles River, the town that shares its title would not be exactly where it is today. Ended up it not for the Los Angeles River, Los Angeles would not be at all. The Los Angeles River has always been at the heart of whichever human local community is in the basin: Gabrielino village, Spanish outpost, Mexican pueblo, American metropolis. The river has been asked to play many roles. It has supplied the citizens of the metropolis and basin with water to drink and unfold amidst their grapes, oranges, and other crops. It has been an instrument by which people could locate on their own on the landscape. It has been a essential dividing line, not only between east and west, north and south, but among races, courses, neighborhoods. . . . [T]he river has also been a place in which tips and beliefs about the previous, current, and future of Los Angeles have been raised and contested.&quot William Deverell, Whitewashed Adobe.

See YouTube videos about river justice, gentrification and displacement.

Visit the core maps covering the Los Angeles River and healthful, livable communities for all.

Read more in The City Project’s Coverage Report Wholesome Parks, Faculties, and Communities: Mapping Green Entry and Equity for the Los Angeles Region, a manual for making nutritious, livable communities for all.

Los Angeles MTA
Los Angeles
Picture by mod as hell
Again: Los Angeles MTA
Pacific Electrical red autos and buses at the sixth and Major St. Station in 1959. Station shed and viaduct have prolonged because been razed.
Image by Leo Caloia

I asked about the Pacific Electric prepare–info is in feedback.

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