Elizabeth Blaney

Union de Vecinos

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Co-director of Union de Vecinos, a community organization in Boyle Heights

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A war of attrition against art galleries in the western industrial area of Boyle Heights has caused one to announce its closure and another, Museum as Retail Space, to offer up his…

Boyle Heights gallery offers protesters “symbolic” closure

A war of attrition against art galleries in the western industrial area of Boyle Heights has caused one to announce its closure and another, Museum as Retail Space, to offer up his…

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The East LA neighborhood of Boyle Heights has become the latest flashpoint in the debate over gentrification and rising home prices.

Artwashing and Gentrification in Boyle Heights

The East LA neighborhood of Boyle Heights has become the latest flashpoint in the debate over gentrification and rising home prices.

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The East Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights has all the ingredients of a neighborhood undergoing gentrification: new first time homeowners, a bunch of art galleries, complaints…

In Boyle Heights, Gentrification is Coming Fast

The East Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights has all the ingredients of a neighborhood undergoing gentrification: new first time homeowners, a bunch of art galleries, complaints…

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