The research, soul immersion, writing, and the engaging feedback received from numerous readers made this series one of the most rewarding journalistic endeavors of my life
Zambo is a term of Spanish origin describing Latin Americans of mixed African and Amerindian racial descent.
The legacy of Mexican California's final governor is enshrined in street names, schools, parks, and businesses across Southern California.
More evidence of the Third Root - Mexico’s ancient melding with Africans - is extracted from Mexico’s buried history and reveals ties to the founding of Los Angeles.
The original settlers of Los Angeles were racially mixed persons of indigenous Indian, African, and European descent