How Dodger Stadium Displaced a Community

More than 50 years ago, Los Angeles built Dodger Stadium as a permanent home for the Los Angeles Dodgers. But the world-famous ballpark didn’t just appear of out thin air. Dodger Stadium sits on what was once known as Chavez Ravine, a largely Mexican American neighborhood whose residents were forcibly removed from the area to make way for the massive construction project.

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