Inland Mexican Heritage sponsors cultural research and production of activities celebrating Chicano, Mexican American, and indigenous traditions throughout Inland Southern California.

Mexican Railroad Workers in
San Gorgonio Pass c. 1938

Courtesy Leslie Rios
Leslie Rios, III
Beaumont CA, 2003
Image by Juliet Conlon


Living on the Dime 

Film Screening 

Beaumont, CA

Jan. 2, 2014

With A Special Tribute to Beaumont Historian Leslie Rios

Help Save This Ancient Kokopilli Geoglyph from Destruction!

To learn more about Kokopilli and the Blythe Giants click here

Inland Mexican Heritage has thousands of images in our digital archive, a small sample of which are featured below.

Casa De Culturas in Joshua Tree, California holds the physical archive with video, documents, tapes, photos and other materials.

Materials are non-circulating but are available for research purposes by appointment

Inland Mexican Heritage encourages volunteers and organizations to collaborate with us on events, research and special projects.

New! 'Stories from the Dime' short films

LIVING ON THE DIME is now online and on DVD click here.

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