This Leimert Park group is bringing back a lost art that’s rooted in Black culture.
Crenshaw Crossing between Obama Blvd. and Exposition Blvd.
“We’re focused on making it 100 percent affordable so that people in the community can afford to live there opposed to building something for people outside of the community to come in and live there.”
Uncovered Legacy Podcast
Host Curtis Burke interviews impactful people who do not have large followings because everybody’s story deserves to be told.
K.A.U.S.E. provides essential resources
The non-profit organization gives diapers, baby products, groceries and other products and services to people in need.
Juneteenth celebrations in Los Angeles
There will be Juneteenth events in the Los Angeles and Inglewood throughout the weekend, including the return of the Kingdom Day Parade.
Mocha Moms Los Angeles provides sisterhood, support, and service
This group of Black mothers helps each other as they seek resources for their families.
Utopia in Leimert Park Village
The free Saturday night dance party takes place in front of the Vision Theater.
African American Heritage Legacy Project commemorates Juneteenth and Black Music Month
Community Build, Inc. showcases a retrospective exhibit showcasing over 100 pictures, memorabilia, and documents on emancipation, civil rights, Motown and the presidency of Barack Obama.
Community Build CEO Robert Sausedo brings a corporate mindset to nonprofits
Sausedo, who grew up in Jefferson Park and Arlington Heights, uses his sales and marketing background to raise funds for Community Build’s programs.
Community Build’s gang prevention program
The community organization provides daily activities for children who are at risk of joining gangs.
South LA Cafe’s weekly grocery giveaway
The cafe gives away 150 bags of groceries to families struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community fridges are popping up to support people in need
People are encouraged to donate frozen foods, produce, nonperishables, canned goods, and beverages.
“It’s about to be the most AKA week of all time”
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. will be celebrating their Founders’ Day, sorority member Kamala Harris’ inauguration, and they’ll be raising money for scholarships.
The Metaphor Club hosts Third Thursdays: Meet & Greet
Leimert Park resident John Jackson created this monthly event to create better interaction among community members.
We Can Foundation hosts The Stop The Killing series
The Leimert Park organization creates a festive environment while educating the community.
Town Hall Cafe Los Angeles debut episode takes on gentrification and local politics
The podcast is designed to discuss issues that affect South Los Angeles communities.
Many locals are unaware of Park Mesa Heights
Hyde Park, Angeles Mesa, and View Heights are all a part of the Park Mesa Heights Neighborhood Council.