Photo Album

Two young Mexican American men stand in front of a house, their hands and arms leaning on a wooden railing. Small houses stand on a hillside strewn with wooden fences. Text reads:
Beneath Dodger Stadium lies a lost village.
Home to generations of Mexican Americans, Chavez Ravine was a close-knit village just miles from downtown Los Angeles. But in the 1950s, the city forcefully evicted the area's residents, razing their homes to make room for a new baseball stadium. 

CHAVEZ RAVINE brings to life a neighborhood lost to corruption, city politics and corporate greed.
The Film | Chavez Ravine | Filmmaker Bios | Filmmaker Q&A | Learn More | Talkback | Site Credits

Tell a Friend
IL Home Home | Explore Films | TV Schedule | Video | Community Cinema | Classroom | Blog | AboutContact Us Get the Newsletter
Pressroom     © Independent Television Service (ITVS). All rights reserved. | PBS Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Credits

presented by ITVS   funded by The Corporation For Public Broadcasting Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people

with additional support from Macarthur Foundation
PBS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

Get The Video Talkback Learn More Filmmaker Q&A Filmmaker Bios Chavez Ravine The Film