Since the 1930s, many people arrived in Logan from Mexico to work as laborers, cannery workers, welders, pipefitters, longshoremen, and many other trades. After World War II, the City of San Diego rezoned Barrio Logan to allow an influx of polluting industries, junkyards, metal plating shops, and other toxic businesses incompatible with a residential community. Learn More!
More than 30 languages and 80 dialects are spoken in City Heights. Following the end of the Vietnam War in 1974 City Heights became home to many Southeast Asian refugees. Learn More!
Founded in 1887, National City is the second oldest city in San Diego County. An increasingly diverse city, it has vibrant Latinx and Pilipino communities. Learn More!
In Tijuana, EHC works mostly in the neighborhoods surrounding Arroyo Alamar, with a focus on the communities of Chilpancingo and Murua. The residents who live there are largely migrants from other parts of Mexico. Many of them work in the maquiladora industry. Learn More!