Epiphany Conservation Trust

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Press release announcing Partners in Preservation voting campaign

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Past Coverage

Voting Campaign

“Lincoln Heights church at center of Chicano movement needs a hand”
The Eastsider, 10/2/18

“Historic Lincoln Heights church competes for preservation funds”
KCRW’s DnA, 9/28/18

“Show support for a city landmark–vote early and often”
Larchmont Chronicle, 9/27/18

“Historic Lincoln Heights church tied to L.A.’s Chicano movement competes to win preservation funding”
Los Angeles Times, 9/24/18

Social Justice Activism

“Clergy members protesting immigration policies arrested in Los Angeles ahead of Jeff Sessions visit”
Los Angeles Times, 6/26/18

“Clergy Members Arrested at L.A. Immigration Rally Ahead of Jeff Sessions’ Visit”
Newsweek video, 6/26/18
Featuring Rev. Tom Carey (0:17-25) and Rev. Richard Estrada (0:16-18)

“La Raza: The Community Newspaper That Became a Political Platform”
KCETLink’s Artbound, 4/4/18

“How Lincoln Heights’ Church of the Epiphany Energized the Chicano Movement”
KCET’s Artbound, 4/4/18

“A Dream Displaced”
In L.A.’s first suburb, a feeling of unease in the age of Trump
Los Angeles Times, 3/29/18

“East L.A., 1968: ‘Walkout!’ The day high school students helped ignite the Chicano power movement”
Los Angeles Times, 3/1/18

“The East LA blowouts of 1968, mapped”
The most pivotal locations in the development, execution, and aftermath of the student protests
Curbed LA, 3/1/18

“Protest movements showcased in East LA church exhibit”
The Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights has played host to many civil rights awakenings and plans for protest. It’s now showcasing art based upon those moments.
FOX 11, 1/24/18

“L.A. Latino residents are caught in the crossfire over Univision channel blackout”
Los Angeles Times, 2/1/17

“Bells Toll, Voices Raised In Memory of Orlando Victims”
“Raise Our Pride” offers LGBTQ community a chance to mourn.
EGP News, 6/23/16

“Activist L.A. priest follows religion of acceptance”
Los Angeles Times, 1/23/15

“‘Make jobs, not war,’ say interfaith activists in rally at Los Angeles federal building”
Episcopal Church newsletter, 10/11/11

“1970 Chicano Moratorium marches on”
An exhibit on the 40th anniversary of the antiwar protest offers a chance to look back at the roots of what is now a more united Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times, 7/8/10

“Meet Rosalio Muñoz—Mexican American Communist”
World View Weekend, 7/6/10

“Church Is Monument to Activism”
Calls to action by Cesar Chavez and others once echoed in the structure, which is now designated a Los Angeles landmark.
Los Angeles Times, 6/16/05

Art, Activism, and Spirituality

“A new mosaic in Highland Park features activist Rosalio Urias Muñoz”
People’s World, 7/9/18

“‘The Art of Protest’ at Church of the Epiphany: Eastside landmark is a sanctuary for social justice”
Los Angeles Times, 1/20/18

“A Strange New Musical Is Happening in a Lincoln Heights Church This Weekend”
The church hosts unorthodox art pieces that resonate with identity, like The Candidate.
LA Weekly, 1/23/15

“Community Garden in the Heights”
Located in the heart of Lincoln Heights, a community garden is growing peace and prosperity, a necessary symbol of hope, for residents and friends.
Commuter Voice, 9/27/11

“Why artists want to preserve church tied to L.A.’s Chicano movement”
Los Angeles Times, 8/4/14

Blog Posts, Recorded Events

“Hot Streets, Warm Hearts: Disobedience and Discipleship”
CLUE Justice, 9/23/13

“Lay Down Low”
The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers, 2/16/17

Memorial for John Ortiz, an organizer of the 1968 East L.A. Chicano student blowouts
Shmuel Gonzales, 6/29/18