Building Community: Pioneering Black Architects in L.A.: A Virtual Tour - 2/22/2023 6:00pm | Los Angeles Conservancy

Building Community: Pioneering Black Architects in L.A.: A Virtual Tour - 2/22/2023 6:00pm

Wednesday, February 22, 2023 - 6:00pm

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Featured Location(s)

Photo by Eric Staudenmaier Photography

28th Street Apartments

Paul Revere Williams, the first African American member of the American Institute of Architects, designed this YMCA to serve the African American community.
Owner Desiree Edwards at the Watts Coffee House. Photo courtesy of Desiree Edwards.

Watts Coffee House

Beloved Watts legacy business nourishes neighbors with soul food and history.
Exterior of Watts Happening Cultural Center. Photo by Rita Cofield.

Watts Happening Cultural Center

Since 1969, Black art, culture, and activism have flourished in this rare Late-Modern style building in the Watts neighborhood of South L.A.