July 6, 2020: Last Week in Los Angeles

Independence Day was different this year but the celebration still took over the skies that night and the morning after. Read on to see how the 4th of July looked in Los Angeles.

Lighting up the Skies

Video Source: SoCal Attractions 360

Official fireworks displays were canceled in all of Los Angeles. And yet, the skies lit up just like any other year. People all around the city created their own shows or watched them from their windows, porches, yards, or nearest intersections. {Read More}

Air Quality the Day After

Image Source: We Like L.A.

What is the aftermath of July 4th? Smog. The air quality was terrible Sunday, July 5th. In fact, according to IQAir, Los Angeles had the worst air quality in the world. In addition, it was a near 100-degree day. {Read More}

Freedom for All

Image Source: Los Angeles Times

People of Los Angeles flocked to Olvera street Saturday for a peaceful protest. Several indigenous organizations spoke out against the oppression of Native Americans and others continued to speak out against police brutality, systemic racism, and white supremacy. {Read More}

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