Cross the river out of downtown, and you immediately find yourself in Boyle Heights, gateway to East Los Angeles. Often described as formerly Jewish (back when Cesar E. Chavez Aven
African American, Japanese, Armenian, Mexican, Irish, French, Jewish, English, Scottish, Union, Confederate -- all are represented at this first privately operated cemetery in Los
Los Angeles of the 1920s remained a segregated landscape, many neighborhoods boasted a diverse non-white population consisting of Latino, Asian, African American faces.
Her voice roared across audiences and moved mountains.
Mike the Poets celebrates Boyle Heights, one of the rawest artistic enclaves in the city.
Chicano mural in East L.A. extends the messages depicted in the mural located directly across the corner.