A New Deal for Los Angeles

Season 13 Episode 4 | 56m 43s | Video has closed captioning.

When FDR created the New Deal, also known as the Works Progress Administration (WPA), as a way to provide paying jobs to millions of unemployed Americans recovering from The Great Depression. Over 140 projects were completed by the WPA in Los Angeles. This episode highlights many of these works still standing and asks the question what would a WPA look like if it still existed today.

Aired: 10/19/22

Rating: NR

Problems Playing Video? | Closed Captioning

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The Salt Songs of the Nuwuvi


The Salt Songs of the Nuwuvi

The Asi Huviav or Salt Song is a vast interconnected ritual song map describing the sacred geography of the Nuwuvi people (Southern Paiute).

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