Cemetery walk to the Los Angeles Eastside (outtakes and first treatments)

Exploring the History of Our Religious Cemeteries on the LA Eastside: Chavez Ravine, Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles.

When ever I talk about the history of Los Angeles and the eastside, I always say that each site has more than one story. Each site has significance for more than one culture. The history is multi-layered and complicated; or as I say, our history is lumpy. And that the traumas of the city all are interconnected, and that the pains of our minorities are often shared. We will pay special attention to the often unheard Jewish history here.

This is just a preview of some of my upcoming work on the subject… right now im thinking out the direction of the talk ill be giving… please, stay tuned!


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4 thoughts on “Cemetery walk to the Los Angeles Eastside (outtakes and first treatments)

  1. dear shmueli gonzales

    THANK you for your video with regards of the Cemetary Walk serving the East Los Angeles / Boyle Heights Jewish Community and neighborhood!

    once again, you taught me a lot since i am originally from Toronto, Ontario  Canada…..

    give me a call at:   323-514-2779 or facebook:  HOWARD PAUL SHORE

    thank you

  2. A Cemetery Walk to the Eastside: I'm often asked how the Jewish cemeteries came to rest in the eastside. As I often go right past these sites, this day I decided to take a moment to discuss the historic burials grounds of the Pueblo, Fort Moore Hill, Chavez Ravine, Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles.

    Produced with pride for ‪ #BoyleHeights ! Please enjoy this quick video tour of me just musing as I think over how I'm going to write and film about these sites in the future. What do you think I should not forget to mention next time?

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