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About: Credits and Project Info
12015-07-13T07:13:06-07:00Phil Ethingtone37d40405599cccc3b6330e6c4be064cc03ef7a5419311TOC pageplain2015-10-24T20:08:59-07:00Mark Anzoategui1970b66f6e63e45d5ea58ff5b2d8e9255feb8cb3This website is the production of the "Central Avenue Collective," a working group of university scholars, community-based organizations, LA City government, and others. Thanks to funding provided by Councilmember Curren D. Price Jr. and the LA City Department of Cultural Affairs, this working group seeks to assemble and make available to all interested parties, the broadest base of knowledge about the historical past and living present of the Central Avenue Cultural Corridor, stretching from Little Tokyo at the north of Central Avenue, to its terminus south of Watts.
Many National Register of Historic Places sites and Los Angeles city-designated Cultural Heritage Sites already exist along the Central Avenue Corridor, and many more have been documented and recognized by nonprofits like the Los Angeles Conservancy, but as yet no overarching framework has been launched that strategically draws all this information together, in a way that can also serve as a reference for allied planning and development projects such as Cultural Tourism and Business Improvement Districts This public resource site seeks to serve that purpose. It represents a collaboration between city, university, and neighborhood organizations.
Team Members (as of July 2015) Prof. Philip Ethington, University of Southern California, Faculty Master, New-North Residential College Prof. Ange-Marie Hancock, Faculty Master, New-North Residential College Prof. Lorn Foster, Pomona College Prof. Christopher Jimenez y West, Pasadena City College Mark Anzoategui, student, California State University, Los Angeles Leonard Butingan, student, Columbia University Teresa Rogers, Project Manager
Contact person for this website: Philip Ethington, USC (email@example.com)
Special Thanks: Leslie Wall, LA City Council Ninth District, Charmaine Jefferson, Susan Anderson, Curtis Fletcher, Walter Thompson-Hernandez, Michael Dolphin, Steven Isoardi, Tom Reed
Photo Credits: "Key" Images on the following pages