LA County Takes Another Step Towards Returning Bruce's Beach To Black FamilyA stretch of beachfront property in Manhattan Beach that was wrongly seized from a Black family more than 90 years ago is one step closer to being returned to their descendants.
Newsom Signs Bill Paving Way To Return Bruce’s Beach Seized From Black FamilyIn 1929, the Manhattan Beach City Council wrongly seized the property of Bruce's Beach citing eminent domain.
Bill Awaits Newsom's Signature To Return Bruce's Beach To Original Owner's FamilyCalifornia’s legislature has approved a bill that will return a prime piece of Manhattan Beach property back to the Bruce family. The property, which had been turned into a resort that welcomed Black families, was taken from the Bruce family in the 1920s.
LA County Releases Plan To Transfer Bruce's Beach To Legal HeirsLos Angeles County has released a detailed plan for returning a parcel of oceanfront Manhattan Beach property to descendants of a Black family evicted from the property decades ago.
State Senate Passes Bill To Return Bruce's Beach To Owners' DescendantsThe California State Senate Wednesday unanimously approved a bill to return a valuable parcel of oceanfront property in Manhattan Beach to the descendants of a Black couple who once operated a resort there.
Bruce's Beach A Step Closer To Being Returned To Owners' DescendantsA bill that would allow for the return of a stretch of beachfront property known as Bruce's Beach to the descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce Tuesday cleared another hurdle.
LA County Supervisors Vote To Return Bruce's Beach To Owners' DescendantsThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to return Bruce's Beach, a parcel of oceanfront property along the sandy shores of Manhattan Beach seized from a Black couple nearly a century ago, to descendants of the couple.
LA County Seeks To Return Bruce’s Beach Property Which Was Seized From Black FamilyA stretch of beachfront property in Manhattan Beach that was wrongfully seized from a Black family about 91-years-ago could soon be returned to them.
Online Petition Calls For More Visible, Complete Tribute To Bruce's Beach In Manhattan BeachA grassy oceanfront park in Manhattan Beach was renamed Bruce’s Beach in 2006 for the Bruce family, which owned the property and ran it as a safe place for recreation for the Black community. Racism, however, drove them off the property in the 1920s.
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