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❶The well-being and health of everyone is our highest priority. Most of the visitors are of low or middle-low income status and many some of their families are undocumented immigrants and face harsh border conditions. The large fountain is planned to be built to express inclusion of all Latino backgrounds and not just exclusively the Mexican culture.

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The altar is inside a small temple located outside by the plaza. This sculpture serves as the master symbol of Plaza Mexico representing its importance in the community. The Angel has already developed some history in Plaza Mexico becoming an lynwopd site of congregation for political rallies. The Plaza sells different types of souvenirs, such as rosariescrosses, keychains and T-shirts of Virgin reproductions and Mexico flags and colors.

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The mall is physically structured with open streets and a plaza to reconstruct the environment of a traditional Mexican town. This sculpture serves as the master symbol of Plaza Mexico representing its importance in the community.

The Angel has already developed some history in Plaza Mexico becoming an important site of congregation for political rallies. For example, during the March and April student walkouts for US congressional immigration reform proposals, large groups met at the Angel before marching to Los Angeles City Hall. Most of the visitors are of low or middle-low income status and many some of their families are undocumented immigrants and face harsh border conditions. The Plaza also attracts other local and regional visitors.

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"Like other cities," notes California State University Northridge history Professor Josh Sides, Boyle Heights as Mexican American Enclave Hawthorne, Huntington Park, Inglewood, Lynwood, South Gate and Bell Gardens. Being a first-generation Mexican American, it means a lot to have the opportunity to represent my culture's versatility.

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Typically Mexican. “Bounded Tourism: Immigrant Politics, Consumption, and Traditions traditiins Plaza Mexico.” Journal Plaza Mexico reproduces the plaza experience of Latin America in the heart of southeast Los Angeles—in Lynwood, California. The architecture is based on traditional Mexican towns and contains a variety of Mexican cultural symbols from different eras.

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