Born X Raised Rams Mural in East LA

The mural was located in East Los Angeles on Whittier Blvd and McBride Ave but recently has been painted over due to graffiti   Mural artist  Alfonso Gonzalez Jr & Downtowndaniel    ^ instagram.com/bornxraised  

Thousands Turn out to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium

    Thousands Turn out to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium   Thousands of people turned out Saturday to hold processions through East Los Angeles to mark the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium March, a protest against…

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50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium

    Ruben Salazar (March 3, 1928 – August 29, 1970] was a Mexican-American journalist killed by a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy during the National Chicano Moratorium March against the Vietnam War on August 29, 1970 in East Los…

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Noé Ramirez 4th annual baseball clinic continues success

    noeram24 A lot of people to thank for the success of the 4th Noé Ramirez Baseball Camp! The only way to put on a successful event for the kids is through teamwork! I was blown away by all…

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PLEASE VOTE FOR US: THE URBAN WAREHOUSE / Category: PLAY

  Click photo to View Video on Instagram…   Hello friends and colleagues: Voting has started for the My LA 2050 Grant Challenge ..click here, and The Urban Warehouse could win up to $100,000 to support our after school mentorship program.  We’re up…

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Local East L.A artist creates mural in honor of Vanessa Guillen

  Tucked in the corner of Edith’s Market in East Los Angeles is a vibrant new mural commemorating the life of Vanessa Guillen, a U.S. Army soldier who investigators believe was killed by a fellow soldier months ago. @Sandoner Army Doll…

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Back on the Boulevard

Recap of Boulevard Nights in East Los Angeles, California   May 23, 2020   Stay tuned, next cruising date is scheduled for Sunday July 5th 5pm.     One memorable and still alive trend along Whittier Boulevard is the usage and…

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Cuāuhtli mural brings hope and inspiration to Boyle Heights community

 Story by  @lovegalo New mural by @sergileto in Boyle Heights @carnitaselmomo entitled “Cuāuhtli” “Wings of a Warrior”    The wings were based on inspiration to show the community that whatever you go through always be a warrior.  “Carnitas El Momo” The Cuāuhtli is…

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Juneteenth Freedom: Vigil in Honor & Celebration of Black Lives held in Boyle Heights

  Altars were set up around Mariachi Plaza to honor and celebrate Black lives. Friday’s Juneteenth Vigil was organized by Roosevelt High School Alumni for Black Lives Matter. The collective is made up of former Roosevelt High School students, educators…

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Chola Comedy “Bloody Maria” Series 1

    Directed By Iris Almaraz Catholic School Girls by Day…Demonic Cholas from Hell by Night. Las Niñas and Las Chivas are two rival gangs that inhabit the streets of East LA. Two of their leaders break an enchanted mirror…

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