The Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race presents the
URBAN LIFE AND STRUGGLE FILM SERIES
EAST L.A. INTERCHANGE
DIR. BETSY KALIN. CC '91
515 Dodge Screening Room
Tells the story of working-class, immigrant, Boyle Heights. The oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles and how it has survived racially restrictive housing covenants, Japanese-American internment, redlining policies, the building of the largest freeway interchange system in the nation, and the current forces of gentrification.
Post-film discussion with Betsy Kalin (Filmmaker) | Moderator: Frank Guridy (Associate Professor of History, Columbia University)
Co-Sponsored with the Department of History and the Institute for Research in African American Studies