East LA Interchange.
Tells the story of a working class neighborhood in Los
Angeles since World War II, including racially restrictive covenants,
Japanese American internment, redlining, and construction of the busiest freeway interchange in the country, the East LA Interchange. This movie won numerous awards, including Best Feature Film at the New Urbanism Film Festival in 2015, and "Best of Festival" at the Arlington International Film Festival in 2016.
5:30- 6:30 Planners networking, appetizers, and cash bar.
6:30- 7:30 Movie
7:30 - 8:30 Discussion. AICP credits pending.