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knock-la.com: It’s Now Time to Ask if Gentrification is a Fourth Wave of Jim Crow Policy

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AnalysisIt’s Now Time to Ask if Gentrification is a Fourth Wave of Jim Crow PolicyBlack and immigrant communities in Los Angeles have been denied justice for decades.

BLM-LA also continues to fire up the electorate in Los Angeles even post-election.

Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter — Los Angeles, June 2020; Photo by Brett Morrison/FlickrII.

In Los Angeles, this is probably no better demonstrated than by the L.A.

Today, while gentrification of ethnic neighborhoods may not have “WHITES ONLY” signs posted on storefronts, white wealth acts as the unofficial buffer for non-white communities.

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