Tyrone Beason is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times who writes about America through the lenses of race and culture. He previously covered the 2020 presidential election. Before joining the paper in 2019, the Kentucky native spent nearly 25 years at the Seattle Times covering the Pacific Northwest. Follow him on Instagram @tyrone_california and Twitter @tyrone_beason.
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A welcome calm greets newcomers to the Inland Empire, who come to seek their version of the American dream.
Muchos temen que los derechos LGBTQ sean el próximo objetivo de la Corte Suprema
Many fear LGBTQ rights will be the Supreme Court’s next target
Black feminist author Barbara Smith fears the Supreme Court’s expected ruling against abortion rights will be just the beginning.
Experts say children are at risk from a surge in anti-LGBTQ legislation.
The conflict over ethnic studies reveals painful truths in Paso Robles.
Black Americans in the law profession worry about Biden’s overt use of race as a prerequisite for a Supreme Court nomination at such a hyper-partisan time.
El puertorriqueño Kemuel Delgado odia tener “un pie dentro y otro fuera” de Estados Unidos. Pero la raza no estaba en su mente cuando empezó a presionar por la estadidad.
Puerto Rican Kemuel Delgado hates having ‘one foot in and one foot out’ of America. But race wasn’t on his mind when he began pushing for statehood.