Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities

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Index
Aaron, Yardenna, 198–99
ABC Records, 267, 272
Action for Grassroots Empowerment and Neighborhood Development Alternatives (AGENDA), 372
activism: cultural, 249, 255; educational, 391, 396, 399; environmental, 343, 345; gay rights, 188–89, 198–201; and Pan Africanism, 277–78, 279; role of black press in, 372, 393–94, 401; role of women in, 324–25; after Watts, 145–50
Adams Boulevard, 66, 67–68
Adams-Washington Freeway Committee, 70
affirmative action, 386
Africa, 160, 277–78, 279, 325
African American Religious Science, 2056; and Transcendentalism, 205
African Development Public Investment Corporation, 279
Africans, 22, 25, 27, 336
Afro-Mexicans, 32–33
AFSCME, 365
Agape International Spiritual Center, 205–7
Akili, Greg, 389, 391
Alliance for Equal Opportunity in Education (AEOE), 384–85, 388–401
alliances: educational, 385, 388, 398, 399, 400; gang, 153; labor, 368, 370, 377, 378; versus coalitions, 335
Alta California, and skin color, 27
Amand, Lewis, 350, 353
American Dream, 4–5, 11, 14, 384; and ambivalence, 4; and Puritans, 4
Amos ‘ri Andy, 220
Ankrum Gallery, 250
Ankrum, Joan, 250
Anti-Drug Abuse Act (1986), 172
Architectural Digest, 6, 9
art: as activism, 243–44; and European tradition, 243; parental support for, 126; and resistance, 263
Art West Associated (AWA), 246–47, 249, 256
Asian Americans: attitudes about gay marriage, 202; and coalition-building, 336; and college admissions, 386; and union membership, 365; in West Adams, 260
Aspect One, 125
Associated Press, 156, 188
Austin, Nefertiti, 390, 394
Bailey, William, 42
Baker, Ella, 326
Baker, Richard, 309–10
Balasubramaniam, Subramaniam, 301, 303
Baldwin, E. J. “Lucky,” 6
Baldwin Hills, 1, 3, 14, 205–6; and black immigrants, 56; and celebrity, 9, 10; and class distinction, 44, 46, 48, 71, 124, 222; history of, 5–11; and “The Jungle,” 6, 8, 14, 222; as “Pill Hill,” 7; and Spanish land grant holders, 6
Baldwin Hills, 1–2, 5
Baldwin Hills Company, 6, 9
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, 74
Ballou, Robert, 46, 152, 153
Bamboozled, 237
Barbara Jordan/Bayard Rustin Coalition, 192, 199–200
Barnes, Ernie, 247, 248, 251, 252
Barrows v. Jackson, 70
Barthe, Richmond, 245, 256
Bass, Charlotta, 40, 321; as activist, 324–25; and coalition-building, 335–37, 338, 339; and Communist Party, 336–37; and grand jury, 336; and residential segregation, 328–30
Bass, Joe, 62, 63

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