"We are clearly critics of 35W and the freeway system but I drove on a freeway to get here so I'm not above this history and I think we're all culpable," project co-lead Dr. Greg Donofrio said.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles historian Gilbert Estrada's work shows how planners in the city used federal highway funding to disrupt multiracial communities and serve whites-only suburban developments, increasing segregation and inequality in the region.
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