From the moment President Joe Biden was elected, Destination Crenshaw set its sights on a new racial equity program launched by The U.S. Department of
Walking through the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri years ago, seeing the talent and accomplishments of Black athletes who had persevered against
Light outside had just begun to wane as the drum meditation class at Crenshaw Yoga and Dance began. Lei Lei Lashawn gathered a djembe and
Design-builder Zerik Scales wants to bring the neighborhood surrounding his remodeled Airbnb back to economic and cultural life. For Zerik Scales, being a young,
Destination Crenshaw has exciting news when it comes to funding for the project itself and our work to be an incubator for economic prosperity in the Crenshaw Community: we’ve secured millions more dollars that will be put to work building Destination Crenshaw and supporting our community.
With their construction firm, K. W. Kinslow Construction, Kenneth Kinslow, above, and his wife Heidi have been helping Black families stay in the Crenshaw area.
Los Angeles – Destination Crenshaw, the largest public/private Black art program and reparative development project in the United States, has been awarded a $30 million allocation of New Markets Tax Credits, an innovative federal program designed to direct private investment to underserved communities. Four financial firms supported Destination Crenshaw in the successful effort.
Ms. Cathie Nicholas is the owner and operator of The Nicholas Dance Studio located at 4273 Crenshaw Boulevard. An award-winning expert of the art of dance, she has performed at Carnegie Hall and taught Master Classes at Stanford and Duke Universities. Ms. Cathie also happens to be the granddaughter of Fayrad Nicholas of the iconic and legendary Black dance duo, the Nicholas Brothers.