Caroline Luce

Associate director, Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies, UCLA

Associate director of the Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies at UCLA

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“In Boyle Heights, they built Yiddish schools, they built a Yiddish language press, they used Yiddish to organize workers and political parties.

For Jewish immigrants, Boyle Heights was a place for community building and a slice of the American dream

“In Boyle Heights, they built Yiddish schools, they built a Yiddish language press, they used Yiddish to organize workers and political parties.

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