Special Thanks to our Site Managers: Irene Tucker • Stacie Chaiken
You found the treasure of
Our Regal Past
Breed Street Shul
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WHY ARE WE HERE?
Explore and rediscover Jewish origins in Los Angeles.
Reflect on the intersections of Jewish-American and Mexican-American communities.
WHAT IS OUR CALL TO TESHUVAH?
Preserve and honor our history.
Stand as allies with fellow, historically marginalized communities.
Bring Food for the Community Fridge at Milpa Grille
2633 E Cesar Chavez Ave • Los Angeles, CA 90033
Perishables, especially milk, eggs, butter, fresh fruit and vegetables, bottled water. Non-perishables such as rice, dry and canned beans, fish, and meats. Just put whatever you bring in the fridge, or in boxes next to the fridge.
Los Angeles Times, Jul. 14, 2020
Officials Are Not Chill About The Community Fridges Popping Up Around LA LAist, Aug. 26, 2020
Donate to the Breed Street Shul Project
247 N Breed St • Los Angeles, CA 90033
Immediate need for completion of the seismic retrofit of the main sanctuary, and the ultimate completion of the restoration and adaptation of the shul as a vibrant community service and gathering center.
The vision for the future of Breed Street Shul Vimeo, 2011
The Breed Street Shul on High Holy Days YouTube, Oct. 10, 2016
INTERSECTION: Artists at the Breed Street Shul YouTube, Jun. 14, 2014
Volunteer to work with Al Otro Lado
(On the Other Side)
1200 N State St #1008 • Los Angeles, CA 90033
Al Otro Lado welcomes volunteer attorneys, doctors, mental health professionals, tech professionals, social workers, and any other individual who is passionate about immigrant rights! Volunteers can also assist remotely with case support, translations, and other tasks.
Submit a volunteer application here.
Al Otro Lado is a bi-national, social justice legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico. Their mission is to provide legal services and to uplift our immigrant communities by defending the rights of migrants against systemic injustices in the legal system.
For general inquiries, firstname.lastname@example.org