Years ago, there was clearly once a little town referred to as Chaves Entaille within La, California and this town was a poor country community that was constantly full of life. 100 families, generally Chicano family members, were living here quite peacefully until the Housing Act of 49 was handed. The Federal government Housing Act of 49 granted money to cities from the authorities to build open public housing jobs for the lower income. La was major cities to get the cash for job. Unfortunately, Chavez Ravine was one of the sites picked for the housing job, so , to arrange for the development work of the low-income apartments rentals, the Real estate Authority of Los Angeles were required to convince the individuals of the ravine to leave, or intentionally oust all of them from their house. Since Chavez Ravine was to be used to get public employ, the Casing Authority of Los Angeles was able seize and purchase Chavez Entaille from the homeowners and evict whoever stayed behind by using Eminent Site. The LA Housing Power had informed the occupants that low-income housing was to be developed on the area, but , because of a sequence of events, the population housing task was by no means built generally there and instead Dodgers Stadium was built in Chavez Ravine. Although Chavez Ravine general public housing task was the reaction to the goodwill and intention of the government, rather than assisting the people Chavez Ravine using their promise of low-income casing, the task ended up eliminating many of their lives because of those in opposition with the public real estate project and government mismanagement.
Chavez Entaille was a self-sufficient and tight-knit community, an unusual example of tiny town life within a huge urban city, but regardless of how much the inhabitants cherished thei...
... ce. For instance, Native Americans, who were the original inhabitants of the U. S., had been only in order to become residents of the United States after the 1910s. Chavez Ravine could be best described as a Mexican-American disaster and a low-income disaster because the majority of the population of Chavez Entaille were poor Chicanos or poor people of color.
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