Armenian dating los angeles

Though no arrests were made, two-dozen school officers were called in to the campus due to fears of violence. The 2008 Los Angeles Hate Crime report put out by the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission reported that while crimes against Armenians and Middle Easterners fell, Armenians were targeted by Latinos in 80 percent of the cases.

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A 62-year old bakery in the heart of Mid-City Los Angeles, A.

Partamian bakery has customers driving far and wide to pick up Armenian delicacies, which live harmoniously with the Tapatio sauces on the shelves. Partamian makes kufda, boreg and even "parag hatz" all by two friends from Zacatecas, Mexico who inherited the business they had worked at for more than 20 years after Leon Partamian died in 2007.

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The most well known incidents have involved students from Herbert Hoover High School in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, about 40 minutes northeast of the bakery.

Herbert Hoover’s student body is almost 60 percent Armenian and 25 percent Hispanic/Latino.

The customers rave about the food, the bakery is busy and all around L. there are content bellies full of hot Armenian pizzas made of ground lamb, tomatoes and bell peppers. Partamian is Armenian – from the name, to the menu, to the customers and the – except the bakers.

Francisco Rosales and Jose Gonzales, two childhood friends with roots in Zacatecas, Mexico, began working in the shop more than 20 years ago, learning owner Leon Partamian’s family recipes so perfectly that when he unexpectedly died in 2007, his family honored Partamian’s wishes and left the business to them.

“I remember one time, as a kid, I had a Hispanic neighbor and I asked him what high school was like, and he said, ‘You better watch out, Mexicans are on one side and Armenians are on the other.’ He made it sound like a war zone.” Khachatryan, who says that ethnicity wasn’t a cause but was used more as an insult during fights, feels that if people just talked to each other one on one, they’d realize that there’s really nothing to fight about.

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