(Alex Tatusian)

Portraits, stories and videos infused with Black joy.


In preparation for the next installment of Behold for Juneteenth, spotlighting mental health in Black L.A., we spoke to a WalkGood yoga class about how they’ve sought healing.

For years, the Los Angeles Times has overlooked the vibrancy of Black L.A. A new portrait series by the paper lets the community speak for itself.

In 2023 Behold will be bigger than ever with more portraits and engaging videos that jump off the screen with Black joy. And we need your help to do it right.