How Boyle Heights is Fighting the Forces of Change

Clip: Season 8 Episode 5 | 10m 59s

In the decades after World War II, the Boyle Heights section of East Los Angeles, just across the river from the skyscrapers of downtown and once a center of Jewish culture in L.A., was forcibly cut off from the rest of the city by a tangle of freeways. In certain ways, that isolation proved to be a source of strength for Boyle Heights, which developed a fiercely independent identity by the 1970s.

Aired: 10/11/16

Rating: NR

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