How one beach city’s racial reckoning is putting California’s racist history front and center

A photo of Charles and Willa Bruce is attached to a plaque marking Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, Calif., on April 19. Mario Tama / Getty Images

How one beach city’s racial reckoning is putting California’s racist history front and center
By Alicia Victoria Lozano | NBCNews.com
April 20, 2021 | Updated April 23, 2021

LOS ANGELES — The ancestors of a Black family forced out of business nearly 100 years ago by officials of a wealthy coastal city south of Los Angeles are on the verge of recouping what once belonged to them.

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