Photo:(L-R) Board of Trustees President Nilo Vega Michelin, Superintendent/President Brenda Thames, Author/Historian Alison Rose Jefferson, studio arts major Valerie Varnado, 27, and Library and Learning Resources/Event Coordinator Linda Cooks gather after a lecture on “The History We Stand On: Re-inserting the African American Experience into the South Bay History of Los Angeles County” at El Camino College on Thursday, April 21, 2022. Elisa Rosales | The Union
El Camino’s land has ties to historic Black-owned property
By Katie O’Brian | The Union
April 21, 2022
El Camino College invited historian and research expert Alison Rose Jefferson to speak about the history of the land the college sits on in efforts of land acknowledgment.
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