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Calling all teen Angelenos for an opportunity with People's Congress of Resistance

Are you strongly passionate about issues from LGBTQ+ rights to climate change and show a strong disagreement with the politics holding office at this time? 233 more words


Lowrider Legacy

If it weren’t for cruising, car culture, and Whittier boulevard in East LA, I wouldn’t be alive. At seventeen, my mom was an East LA ruca, dating a part-time delinquente, Michael Cruz, who skipped school and cruised the boulevard, hung around Chronies, a hotdog and burger joint, and avoided the Lincoln Heights area because it wasn’t his territory. 576 more words


First Impressions, Introduction, About Me...Whatever You Wanna Call It, Here It Is.

I think introducing yourself is awkward. Like, hey here’s me: I like mustard on my hot dogs and pickle-flavored popcorn, and yeah, I actually like hot dogs. 2,366 more words


Heating Things Up at the 1st Annual East LA Comic Con

The comics industry has grown quite substantially over the past year or two. Recent movies have helped with that, between all the sequels and reboots on the big screen and on television. 336 more words



Today on Inspire Indeed, we invite in a guest from East LA – Anjeza Gega, the founder of Bechlem, an arts based program to help children with their development, their socialization and their leadership. 12 more words


Project East Los Angeles

On Tuesday, senior and sophomore students from East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy went to USC Price for a presentation on urban planning. These students have been working with a group called Public Matters. 438 more words


Rudy Escoto: The heart of Los Cinco Puntos

It was a hot and humid that Friday afternoon. I had just left school and was going to head to Los Cinco Puntos with my Dad. 347 more words