Teviston / Michael Eissinger / Fresno City College

It was precisely the lack of water which made it possible for black people to buy property and homes in places like Teviston. Nobody else wanted to live there. “That’s why these communities exist,” said Michael Eissinger, a lecturer in history at Fresno City College.

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