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Los Angeles's Historic Filipinotown

by Carina Monica Montoya

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738569542, Paperback)

Historic Filipinotown was officially designated by Los Angeles City Council District 13 as one of the city’s historic geographic areas on August 2, 2002. It is the first Filipino community in America to merit a named area with distinct geographic boundaries. Also known as the Temple-Beverly Corridor, this area is located just west of central downtown. Historic Filipinotown was once home to one of the largest Filipino enclaves in California, a place where many Filipinos purchased their first homes, raised families, and established businesses. The cultural continuity of Filipino families and businesses in the corridor in the 21st century inspired the collective efforts of Filipino organizations, Los Angeles community leaders, and individuals working in concert to establish Historic Filipinotown and maintain its vibrant culture.

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