Isela Gracian

President of the East LA Community Corporation

President of the East LA Community Corporation, a social and economic justice community development organization on the Eastside of LA. 

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In this podcast bonus, four guests discuss solutions to high housing costs and gentrification in Los Angeles. Recorded live at the Central Library on Nov.

There Goes the Neighborhood LIVE: Solutions

In this podcast bonus, four guests discuss solutions to high housing costs and gentrification in Los Angeles. Recorded live at the Central Library on Nov.

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