(Pandemic in Los Angeles: Day 84)
In our seventeenth episode, we catch up with Ninoska Suarez, of the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council, to chat about a major gift for the neighborhood in partnership with Rick’s Produce of the Virgil Village area in East Hollywood: More than 125 boxes of fresh fruits and veggies for residents the past three Sundays through COVID-19, AND THEN SOME.
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2 thoughts on “EPISODE 17 – RICK’S PRODUCE UPLIFTS FAMILIES WITH FREE FRUITS & VEGGIES”
Very good how neighborhood landmarks were discussed in context of LA history, such as Japanese Internment (including East Hollywood Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants), and especially how one person can undertake to connect up with neighborhood people and create a food distribution program. Jimbo (J.T.) provides excellent context.
[…] as in, without discrimination, the way it’s done with the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council the last few Sundays. Bravo, […]