An examination of the impact of two stadium projects in Los Angeles: the building of Dodger Stadium in the former neighborhood of Chavez Ravine, and the building of the Rams Stadium currently underway in Inglewood.
The article argues that rent control, despite its shortcomings, may be an essential tool to protect mobile homes market against the effects of real estate interest.
The piece highlights local campaigns that have attempted to influence the use or sale of land owned by public entities such as cities or transit agencies.
Focusing on gentrification as a force for displacement, the author reflects on themes of the essays in this series, organizing them under the topics of causes, consequences, and solutions.
The article considers ramifications of the 2018 condemnation action by County of Inyo seeking approval of the acquisition by eminent domain of three landfills located in Owens Valley of California’s Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.
This article analyzes the legal and organizing work of the Los Angeles Center for Community Law and Action.