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Question 1: From the 1970s onward, Orange County, the ________, the Inland Empire, and the Gateway Cities region of southeast Los Angeles County have also been major destinations for upwardly mobile Latino families.
San Fernando ValleyLos Angeles County, CaliforniaLong Beach, CaliforniaGlendale, California

Question 2: ________ (CSULA) - University Hills
California State University, Los AngelesCalifornia State University, Dominguez HillsCalifornia State University, NorthridgeCalifornia State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Question 3: This movement began soon after World War II, with middle-class families settling in ________ suburbs such as Baldwin Park and Alhambra.
Los AngelesLong Beach, CaliforniaSan Gabriel ValleyLos Angeles County, California

Question 4: This was not always the case: areas of northeastern Los Angeles had heavy Anglo populations until the 1930s, when the development of whites-only areas in ________ and the West Side drew away most of the area's Anglo population.
Koreatown, Los Angeles, CaliforniaMiracle Mile, Los Angeles, CaliforniaWilshire, Los Angeles, CaliforniaMid-Wilshire

Question 5: Calvary Cemetery (________) - East L.A.
Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Gregory IPope

Question 6: Most of what is now considered East Los Angeles was, at the time of Spanish settlement, parceled out among the Pueblo of Los Angeles, the ________, and several rancho.
Mission San Fernando Rey de EspañaMission San Juan CapistranoMission San Diego de AlcaláMission San Gabriel Arcángel

Question 7: Much of the violence of the ________ occurred in the region.
Hernandez v. TexasMexican AmericanZoot Suit RiotsChicano

Question 8: Meanwhile, recent immigrants from Mexico and ________ have settled in the low-income parts of East Los Angeles where the parents of many U.S.-born Hispanics once lived.
Central AmericaNorth AmericaAmericas (terminology)Americas

Question 9: ________ (Oxy) - Eagle Rock
Pomona CollegeOccidental CollegePitzer CollegeHarvey Mudd College

Question 10: As a cultural term, "East L.A." has developed to refer to the predominantly Hispanic communities lying east of the city of Los Angeles, centered around the unincorporated area of East Los Angeles and City Terrace and the Los Angeles district of ________.
Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, CaliforniaLincoln Heights, Los Angeles, CaliforniaEast Los Angeles (region)Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, California







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