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CAP UCLA – The Tune In Festival – SING OUT 10/31

PERFORMANCE/TUNE-IN FESTIVAL L.A.streaming free Prerecorded Live in Los Angeles and Elsewhere The Tune In Festival: Program 4    SING OUTVijay Gupta & Los Angeles Poverty Department with Kronos QuartetAs part of the Tune-In Festival, violinist and founder of Street Symphony Vijay Gupta and The Kronos Quartet, will jam on Los Angeles Poverty…
LA Poverty Department
October 23, 2020
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How to House 7,000 People in Skid Row. – exhibition 7/3-29/8

EXHIBITION How to House 7000 People In Skid Row. Exhibition created by Rosten Woo with Anna Kobara, Henriëtte Brouwers, John Malpede.March 7 though August 29, 2020 The museum is closed because of the COVID_19 pandemic. You can visit the exhibition webpage here. We can accommodate two visitors at a time,…
LA Poverty Department
February 23, 2020
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Plans of Our Own – community responses to the DTLA2040 plan 1/27/20

https://youtu.be/WzfOz5E8TmQ Panel and ConversationPlans of Our Own - Community Responses to The DTLA 2040 Plan.Monday January 27, 2020 at 6:30pm. Skid Row History Museum and Archive  (a project of Los Angeles Poverty Department) 250 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012 For years L.A.'s, Department of City Planning has been producing…
LA Poverty Department
January 17, 2020