3,000 Years Deep

3,000 Years Deep: Discovery of ancient Native American burial grounds are becoming more common in Southern California” is a comprehensive project on the discovery and preservation of Native American artifacts or bones (known as cultural resources). Tribes go through a process, known as consultation, to work with construction companies to search for or obtain cultural resources (known as Native monitoring).

This piece was created to and fulfills the requirements for the “Fall Immersion” project to complete the master’s in journalism program at USC. All writing, photography, videography, audio pieces, coding, infographics and other elements were created by Natasha Brennan unless otherwise noted in the caption.

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