Vote for North Virgil’s Very Own Arasele Torrez

In the throes of Los Angeles, where lingering traffic flows through the workdays crowd out hopes of a time when the world might move differently, it can be difficult to imagine things actually changing. Yet when one encounters stories of the shakers and movers right in our midst, it’s clear that even if it might […]

Virgil Village Can and Must Do Better By Its Youth

In the same spirit of my peers, honoring and respecting the community’s loss of another youth whose life was taken too prematurely from, I want to reflect on a few of the details circulating about the altercation which led to the tragedy. The following writing places this most recent loss of life in the “Virgil […]