As an anarchist-in-exile, one of the many stops during his stay in "El Norte" was none other than El Monte, California.
The emerging film industry and El Monte's Gay's Lion Farm shaped a bizarre period of exoticism surrounding the Whittier Narrows.
Residents of the area fought to found their city against the expectations of regional planners, and they worked tirelessly to bring the benefits of postwar metropolitan growth to t
Students investigate the opening of a dog park in El Monte and the added benefits it can provide the community.
Students look to bring a school mural back to life.
Students highlight the need to include youth in the planning and revitalization process of Valley Blvd. in El Monte.