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In 2021 will be a fresh new start to unite everyone to share the vision of our
Boyle Heights Community Partners Community Learning Center,
but not without your financial obligations and support.

Our BHCP-CLC will be the center of EVERYTHING Roosevelt,
as a memorial for the loss of our Historic R(A) Building and Auditorium,
as our collective cultural heritage has been erased.

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

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BHCP-CLC 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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This is an example of our Lecture Hall, using the original wooden auditorium seats.

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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

Learn more about how BOYLE HEIGHTS COMMUNITY PARTNERS will tell your stories at our

Share you memorabilia for Everything Roosevelt High School and Everything Boyle Heights.
Contact us to drop them off: boxes of photos, Lettermen Jackets, Old Annuals.

The Committee to Defend Roosevelt is now moving forward with our name change to Boyle Heights Community Partners, hence we no longer have a Roosevelt High School with rich history to defend, and has become fueled with division from STEM, Public and Magnet, none which support one another and teaching separation and prejudice over one another, all under one campus.

Understand that there will NEVER be any tours through the Historic R Bundling and Auditorium to highlight the rich ethnic, racial and religious diversity.

There will NEVER be any tours through the Historic R Building and Auditorium, to highlight the unique Art Deco style chosen at a time when Roosevelt was the first high school of Boyle Heights.

There will NEVER be any tours through the historic R Building and Auditorium to showcase and reflect its place in history during WW II (such as the displacement relocation, and internment of Japanese Nisel students and their families) and as one of the cities of the Historic Chicano Bow-outs of 1968.

There will NEVER be tours through our Historic R Building and Auditorium to showcase and reflect the struggles for equality through education and the continued challenges for a better education for all.

Items salvaged and stored by LAUSDE from our Historic R Building and Auditorium will be repurposed in our Roosevelt High School Memorial Center.

Our Roosevelt High School Memorial Center will have EVERYTHING Roosevelt, as we are now beginning collecting annuals, sweaters, photos, books, tickets, ID cards, letters, artifacts.

We are now beginning to collect EVERYTHING Boyle Heights, which will be showcased in our Boyle Heights Historical Gallery and Archiving Library. So ff you, friends, family have any photos, deeds, stories for us to keep and share, please contact us.

All items will be cataloged with proper documentation to sure that it has a proper home for many to learn the true meaning of Boyle Heights.
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Boyle Heights Community Partners is excited to announce we become a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit. This will help us gain access to more resources that help with our shared goal of saving places that honor the history of Boyle Heights.

Boyle Heights Community Partners is a California 501(c)(3) Nonprofit #84-1775338, State Charity Registration # 64141193, (c) 2018