Every Wednesday I visit Mendez High School in Boyle Heights near downtown LA. I volunteer as a college counselor for College Match LA. The school is named after the couple who, in 1946, sued for equal education for Mexican children and won.
View of downtown from in front of the College Center area where students go to get help with college applications, learn from presentations by admissions officers from different colleges, and work on college and financial aid applications.
Thanks to the two guys sitting here chatting for giving me permission to take this photo.
2 thoughts on “The Murals at Mendez High School”
Thanks for sharing! Great work by the artist!
Great post, thank you. I’ve been in Boyle Heights two years ago, I believe , at this Buddhist temple, my mind just skips the name of it