Being Los Angeles
A community engagement initiative celebrating L.A. history, heritage, and communities.
The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County are proud to be a part of a vibrant and diverse community of Angelenos who are coming together to educate, reflect, and celebrate how L.A. residents have helped shape Los Angeles. With our archives and collections, we look back at the lives and feats of the Angelenos who came before us. With our exhibitions, programs, and partnerships, we make connections between the past and present, weaving together history with stories from people who call L.A. home today.
Here you'll find highlights from our collections that speak to the natural and cultural heritage of L.A., and stories from Angelenos who work to build community, inclusivity, and access.
Muslim American Heritage Month
The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County are proud to join the nationwide celebration of Muslim American Heritage Month in July. Check back later this month, and throughout the year, for stories recognizing the thriving and diverse Native American community that calls Los Angeles home.
We encourage you to visit the LA County Public Library's resource page to explore books and stories focusing on Muslim Americans.