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In the early 20th century, marriage through picture brides was the only way for issei Japanese pioneers in the U.S. to start a family.
Urban planner John Arroyo has seen four generations of his family live under the same roof in East L.A.
Between the 1980s and the early 1990s, approximately 20% of El Salvador's population fled the country. 52% of them, roughly 300,000 refuges of a civil war that tore the country and the region apart for more than a decade, settled in L.A.