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Pomona residents Debra Mendez and Jimmy Blancarte discuss city politics at the "Lowriding: Boulevard to Understanding Chicano Culture” event at the dA Center for the Arts Saturday. Blancarte was president of the Traffic Car Club from 1971-1975. He grew up in Pomona, and became a club judge in Los Angeles County region after serving as president. The Traffic Car Club focuses on lowrider cars, whose culture, Blancarte said, transformed the lives of club members, keeping them off the streets and out of jail. / photo by Audrey Gaudette

Pomona residents Debra Mendez and Jimmy Blancarte discuss city politics at the “Lowriding: Boulevard to Understanding Chicano Culture” event at the dA Center for the Arts Saturday. Blancarte was president of the Traffic Car Club from 1971-1975. He grew up in Pomona, and became a club judge in Los Angeles County region after serving as president. The Traffic Car Club focuses on lowrider cars, whose culture, Blancarte said, transformed the lives of club members, keeping them off the streets and out of jail. / photo by Audrey Gaudette

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