The Lucille and Edward R. Roybal Foundation

Legacy Gallery Exhibit

The Roybal Foundation Gallery, Legacy Exhibit preserves and promotes the legacy of Congressman Edward R. Roybal and Mrs. Lucille Beserra Roybal, and their deep connection to Los Angeles.

Congressman Edward Roybal was a man of integrity, vision, resiliency, and trust in America.  He inspired a generation. The exhibit will serve to preserve fond memories of his journey with Mrs. Lucille Beserra Roybal in the pursuit of civic engagement and public service, a true American legacy.

The Legacy Exhibit is designed to inspire active and informed civic engagement for the next generation. The Legacy Exhibit Grand Opening is planned for 2021!

GALLERY NEWS

The Roybal Foundation Gallery Partners with Ana Pescador

Under the direction of Ms. Ana Pescador, the Roybal Foundation will begin the archiving, cataloguing, and digitalizing the extensive historical pieces belonging to the late Congressman. This long overdue work will enable the foundation to eventually create a virtual gallery and an up-to-date catalogue inventory for research use, possible exhibits and to share with the community. Ana Pescador will curate a gallery exhibit of Congressman Roybal legacy which includes his original and authentic congressional office furniture, and original never before viewed by the public materials....
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Virtual Gallery

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Congressional Archive

Edward R. Roybal In his 30 industrious years on Capitol Hill, Edward R. Roybal rose to power by shaping legislation on behalf of the underprivileged. Serving the sick and the elderly, nonprofits, and non-native English speakers, Roybal never seemed to waver from the progressive course he first set as a member of the Los Angeles city council. A co-founder of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) and its first chairman, Roybal was among the country’s most influential Hispanic politicians. Later, as chairman of a House Appropriations...
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