It’s Anniversary Week at EPFC! Join us for Nepantla: Migration Narratives at Chuco’s Justice Center Wednesday Nov 20!

EPFC | November 18th, 2019

EPFC 18th Anniversary Celebration kicks off Wednesday, November 20 with Nepantla: Migration Narratives at Chuco’s Justice Center, 7625 S. Central Ave, 90001

Doors 6 pm; Films 7 pm


Join us at Chuco’s for a screening of films created by local youth as part Nepantla: Migration Narratives, a free workshop facilitated by Eliza Jimenez, Gemma Jimenez and Nicole Ucedo. Q&A with the filmmakers and a panel discussion will follow the films. Refreshments will be served!

Nepantla (Nahuatl word for being in-between): Migration Narratives was a free 4 week, 8 session film class for youth to explore migration narratives, especially focusing on migration to Los Angeles. We invited local youth to delve into and express these untold immigrant stories through film and video. We welcomed all directly impacted by immigration, whether undocumented or documented, queer and/or trans; we have all experienced Nepantla.

This project is made possible with support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit

Nepantla Migration Narratives Culminating Event (1)


Walk The Great Wall with EPFC Friday September 13!

EPFC | September 12th, 2019

Join us as we walk alongside The Great Wall of Los Ángeles, the longest running mural in the world that depicts the core history of California that is more than often left unspoken about. The start of the mural and meet up is nearing Coldwater Cyn/ Burbank, meet up is at 5:00. We will end with a potluck style picnic at the end of the walk. Join us! Bring friends, family, and dogs. Also special guest professor David Chávez will be co-leading.