LA History Comes to CC – Yaraslovsky @ Village Well Oct. 2

Zev Yaraslovsky served in the Los Angeles City Council and the County Board of Supervisors from 1975-1994, and now he’w written a political memoir about his path to City Hall and his time there. 

“Zev’s perspective on the modern history of Los Angeles is astounding, penetrating and unique,” says former Culver City Mayor Thomas Aujero Small. “He challenged the region’s power brokers, fought the L.A.P.D.’s excessive use of force and political spying policies, led the effort to ban local taxes from funding the 1984 Olympics, and helped rescue L.A. County from near bankruptcy.”

Small will interview Zaraslovsky about  Zev’s Los Angeles; From Boyle Heights to the Halls of Power  the  at the Village Well on Oct. 2, at 7 pm.

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