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Boyle Heights Community Partners
Cultural Heritage Community Learning Center

Bringing back our historic landscaping, our history and our cultural arts.
Preserving the history of a place throughout its significant historic resources gives a community its unique character, and historic preservation adds to the quality of life making for a more livable community

We are happing to share our two landmarks that we have saved, and will continue to Save our Historic Places in our very rich community of Boyle Heights.
Here are the two places that have own the support of our Neighborhood Council, Council District 14, Office of Historic Resources, Cultural Heritage Commissioners, Planning and Land Use Management and the Los Angeles City Council, we dedicated hours, days, months of research and devoted to each of our Historical Cultural Monument applications.
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Roosevelt High School
Courtesy Alumni Year Book from Raul

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Our Japanese Garden, which has suffered throughout the decades.

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Boyle Heights Community Partners Cultural Heritage Community Learning Center,
With your DONATION you can help this beautiful community project come to life with the most innovative lectures, story telling, art gallery, but it begins with you.

Our BHCP-CHCLC will be the center of EVERYTHING Roosevelt,
as a memorial to the loss of our Historic Administration Building and Auditorium,
as our collective cultural heritage has been erased, yet in our hearts, we are Rough Riders for Life!

Boyle Heights Community Partners Community Learning Center
Entrance facing Sixth Street.
The design influence is taken from the original 1923 original
plans shown above, that faced Fickett Street

Our Boyle Heights Community Partners Cultural Heritage Center,will have a garden area on the Mathew side of the building, with a Lecture Hall.
The entrance is between our Lecture Hall and the Exhibit Hall/Art Gallery.
There is also an entrance on the north side of the building, which the design will
be that of the entrance before demolition..

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Boyle Heights Community Partners relies on the generosity of donors such as yourself and is grateful for you support to continue our efforts to uplift
and maintain the history of our community.

We are proud to be the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit currently working on creating an archival library to share with anyone interested in
learning more about Boyle Heights, however, we can't do this alone.

If it's possible, we would deeply appreciate a contribution of any size to help offset the enormous costs that come with defending
our historic architecture and cultural roots of a community like Boyle Heights.

Roosevelt High School
Community Learning Center

Min Amount $1500

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