The mural begins by depicting the original inhabitants of Los Angeles, the Tongva people.
It depicts the forced removal of the Latino neighborhood of Chavez Ravine to make way for Dodger Stadium.
It depicts the dustbowl refugees who flocked to California during the Great Depression.
It depicts the struggle for gender equality.
It depicts heroes (and villains) of the Civil Rights movement in America.
It depicts Japanese internment during World War II.
It depicts pachucos and the Zoot Suit Riots of the early 1940s.
If you want to visit the Great Wall of Los Angeles, just google it!