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This might have been my favorite wall, showing context and solidarity from Crenshaw to China.
I liked how old T-shirts, 1″ buttons, and records were part of the storytelling as well, making me feel good about keeping my stash of indie, underground, and artsy media.
There were flickering samples of early film shorts supported by Visual Communications as well as faded newsprint copies of with its hand-drawn logos and illustrations to go with vintage photos of the struggle.
The second room has more photos, newsletters, and other artifacts showcasing the different Asian communities/hotbeds of activism: Little Tokyo, Chinatown, Koreatown, Filipinotown…
I thought it was cool to see photos of activists serving Chinese immigrants at Castelar Elementary and Alpine Rec Center, right down the street.
Visitors will participate in the real-time production of protest art such as signs, banners, posters, and other printed materials to convey a particular cause or message.
Chinese American Museum @ El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument 425 N. Los Angeles, CA 90012 Exhibit Open until August 13, 2017 Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 3pm Admission is free.
A permanent exhibit at the museum is the recreation of the Hing Yuen Hong Chinese Herb Shop of yesteryear.