HOW DOES MIGRATION CHANGE US?
CROSSROADS STORIES: East L.A.
East L.A. has long been home to distinct music cultures that connect the local to the global. Young people growing up in the area have remixed the traditional music of their parents and grandparents with the rhythms and sounds of their U.S. upbringings. This has given rise to new genres, subcultures, and styles, including brown-eyed soul, Eastside punk, pachuco boogie, and East L.A. taiko.
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