Owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Walter O'mally is unhappy with his team in Brooklyn because their rivals the Yankees kept winning the World Series. Coincidentally, there was a huge empty space from the former Chavez Ravine, that is now Dodger Statium
In what is now Dodger Statium, Chavez Ravine used to stand. A town made up of mostly Mexican Americans was suddenly told that they must move. The American Government used their power of eminent domain to take the property and forcibly remove all of the residents from their homes.
During the time of the Zoot Suit riots, the entire media was on the side of the Navy Seals. All news articles were calling Zoot Suiters the problems. Eleanor Roosevelt realized how unfair it was and wrote a letter to the LA Times explaining how there were two sides to the fighting. The Los Angeles Times then went on to criticize Mrs. Roosevelt.