The Lawrence Preservation Alliance’s upcoming “After La Yarda” historic walking tours will take tourgoers through the La Yarda neighborhood to learn about the past and present of its people.
An immersive art experience called “Finding La Yarda” will re-create a room from the housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers in Lawrence from 1920-51.
Good news for those who have missed out so far: the popular short documentary “Searching for La Yarda” is set for a virtual screening, and it will be available online for a while.
The short documentary film “Searching for La Yarda” will be screened for a third time soon.
Former residents of La Yarda, the East Lawrence housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers from 1920-51, and many of their descendants attended a screening of a film about the neighborhood Saturday evening.
The Lawrence Arts Center has added a second screening of a short film documenting the story of La Yarda, the housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers from 1920-51 in East Lawrence.
A short film documenting the story of La Yarda, the housing unit built for Mexican-American railroad workers from 1920-51 in East Lawrence, is set to screen next month at the Lawrence Arts Center.
A recent University of Kansas graduate is working on a project to capture the history […]
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