HERE ARE ALL THE CRIP GANGS WEST LOS ANGELES

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Re: HERE ARE ALL THE CRIP GANGS WEST LOS ANGELES

Unread post by xxx » August 4th, 2011, 11:11 am

Yeah when it comes to Real Estate and how whites view the westside, its changed over time.

They used to view the westside/eastside divided just like us.

The farther they moved west the line kept changing.

There are old mansions in The West Adams District in what is 20 and BPS Hood. Those mansions belonged to the white elite and they considered that area WLA being west of downtown.

All those elites moved to Hancock Park , Century city and other neighborhoods farther west.

So the line for them change after every white flight move.

From western to Crenshaw to La Brea to now its a debate La Cienga or west of the 405 freeway.

The latimes real estate section used to label everything west of la cienga as West Los Angeles. This was when it still had the Metro Section . This was do to real estate and maintaining high property value in those areas.

On another note. The original South Central LA is just south of downtown in the Central Ave Area on the
Eastside
As the blacks migrated south and westward, the media and power brokers label these neighborhoods as being South Central. Even though these neighborhoods are miles west of Central avenue. These same neighborhoods they used to call West LA when they use tolive there. Now that its black its South Central

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Re: HERE ARE ALL THE CRIP GANGS WEST LOS ANGELES

Unread post by Quepolo3 » August 5th, 2011, 11:31 am

xxx wrote:Yeah when it comes to Real Estate and how whites view the westside, its changed over time.

They used to view the westside/eastside divided just like us.

The farther they moved west the line kept changing.

There are old mansions in The West Adams District in what is 20 and BPS Hood. Those mansions belonged to the white elite and they considered that area WLA being west of downtown.

All those elites moved to Hancock Park , Century city and other neighborhoods farther west.

So the line for them change after every white flight move.

From western to Crenshaw to La Brea to now its a debate La Cienga or west of the 405 freeway.

The latimes real estate section used to label everything west of la cienga as West Los Angeles. This was when it still had the Metro Section . This was do to real estate and maintaining high property value in those areas.

On another note. The original South Central LA is just south of downtown in the Central Ave Area on the
Eastside
As the blacks migrated south and westward, the media and power brokers label these neighborhoods as being South Central. Even though these neighborhoods are miles west of Central avenue. These same neighborhoods they used to call West LA when they use tolive there. Now that its black its South Central
Good info. XXX- Now that makes sense.

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Re: HERE ARE ALL THE CRIP GANGS WEST LOS ANGELES

Unread post by H572DSTA » July 31st, 2012, 6:33 pm

anybody knows what LFCG stands for ?

I saw it on La Cienega & Pico

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Unread post by alexalonso » September 2nd, 2012, 7:47 pm

H572DSTA wrote:anybody knows what LFCG stands for ?

I saw it on La Cienega & Pico
You can read about LFCG here: viewtopic.php?f=289&t=50544

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Re: HERE ARE ALL THE CRIP GANGS WEST LOS ANGELES

Unread post by ViciousRidah » June 20th, 2014, 10:25 am

Let's show these fools how we do this on that westside - A South LA's Westside primer


A TALE OF TWO WESTSIDES

Just as Los Angeles has two Eastsides (one being the largely Latino enclave east of the LA River and the other being South Los Angeles east of the 110 and/or Main St) it also has two Westsides. One Westside is a collection of LA's westernmost neighborhoods (such as Bel Air, Brentwood and Venice) and the area's enclosed cities (like Culver City, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills).

The other Westside is the area of South Los Angeles (and the surrounding communities) that lie west of the 110, south of the 10 and east and north of the 405 (although some of those are can make the historical argument for being part of the South Bay, despite being separated from the Santa Monica Bay by miles of land and other cities). This westside, after white flight in the 1950s to the present, is also colloquially known as "The Black Westside" and indeed, it's still, as of 2011, home to most of Los Angeles's black residents and businesses despite changing demographics.


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The region of [url]South LA Westside's is a large area bounded by South LA's Eastside to the east, The Harbor to the southeast, The South Bay to the west and south west, The Westside to the northwest and Midtown to the north. Definitions differ of exactly what communities constitute the region with several also claiming the South Bay and/or The Harbor. No doubt part of the reason these neighborhoods are in question are due to residents of and developers in those communities eager to disassociate themselves with South LA, which carries negative connotations for many.

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