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Los Angeles Almanac: History

The incredibly comprehensive Los Angeles Almanac claims to be the only online almanac devoted exclusively to one city. The History page linked above includes a chronological timeline of the county's history (the History Timeline of Los Angeles County section) and a collection of entries organized by time period, from Early Los Angeles History and Mexican Los Angeles, to 20th Century Los Angeles...

http://www.laalmanac.com/history/index.php
Roll with Cole and Charisma

Accessibility designers and researchers, individuals with disabilities or friends or family members with disabilities, or readers simply wishing to better understand life with disability will enjoy Roll with Cole and Charisma. This YouTube channel, run by interabled and interracial couple Cole Sydnor and Charisma Jamison, covers the day-to-day highs and lows of life with a wheelchair. Sydnor, who...

https://www.youtube.com/c/rollwithcole/featured
Climate History

Climate change presents possibly the greatest challenge facing human civilization, yet its causes can be fiendishly complex to understand. To get a grasp on the decisions, technologies, and historical events that have led to our current climate crisis, K-12 science educators will want to check out the interactive infographic Climate History. The page is organized chronologically, and readers can...

https://beyond.supportkyoto.org/#1
SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents is not your typical science podcast. Hosted by Hank Green, Ceri Riley, and Sam Schultz, this weekly podcast features discussions of funny science topics and weird research, which frequently lead to tangents and delightful distractions. From the page linked above, interested listeners can click "Episodes" to find more than 130 episodes (as of this writing) covering topics such as...

https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/
Stories and Voices from L.A. Chinatown

The unique history, special character, and contemporary challenges of Los Angeles's Chinatown neighborhood are the subject of this exhibit, which combines oral history from community members with archival documents, photographs, and maps. The exhibit is organized into the themes Opportunity, Vision, Exclusion, Resilience, Community, and Tradition, which appear as clickable tiles toward the bottom...

https://exhibits.lapl.org/chinatown/