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a person of Mexican descent

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And this important moment in Chicano history happened in large part because of a rabbi and his Jewish youth camp.
This book reviews Chicano popular music, cinema, newspapers, radio, television, literature, art, and religious and secular celebrations and other traditions.
Critique: Preserving for future generations an anthology of work by a Chicano literary movement leader, "Selected Poems of Angela de Hoyos" is enhanced with an informed and informative introduction, as well as an eight page appendix of art (include one song sheet), "Selected Poems of Angela de Hoyos" is a seminal and unreservedly recommended addition for personal, community, and academic library Chicano Poetry collections in general, and Angela de Hoyos supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
Ricardo Angel Gilb introduces each piece, which is especially helpful for those unfamiliar with Chicano literature.
Promoting a (trans)hemispheric approach, Creating Aztlan: Chicano Art, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Lowriding across Turtle Island links Indigenous people groups--from the pre-Cuauhtemoc Mexica to Chicano activists of the 1960s and contemporary MiXicano (Michigan Xicano) and Anishinaabe artists along la otra frontera--through the construction and transformation of Aztlan as a strategy of Indigenous resistance.
Thus, although we might be able to draw conclusions from specific case studies about the uses of photography in the Chicano movement, accounting for the multiplicity of photography conversely allows us to use the medium as one way to grasp the diverse and heterogeneous positions, social formations, and practices that constituted a broader movement.
Acosta, missing since 1974, left behind two published novels--The Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo (1972) and The Revolt of the Cockroach People (1973)--an explosive career as a Chicano activist lawyer, two ex-wives, a son, and a tumultuous friendship with Thompson.
And she said, "You're always playing the mean Chicano dude with tattoos.
Poetry has always been a powerful form of Chicano literature, especially coming out of the Chicano movement of the late 1960s and the 1970s.
In the preface of his latest work, Hidden Chicano Cinema: Film Dramas in the Borderlands, Gabriel Melendez addresses both the representation of Mexican Americans in the Borderlands from the late nineteenth century to the start of the twenty-first century and the hybrid result of filming the encounter between the Chicano and Anglo population in the region there.
Everything is set for the staging of the Tri United 2 Triathlon of Unilab Active Health (ULAH) on July 6 at the Playa Laiya in San Juan, Batangas with John Chicano determined to retain his title.
In a similar way, in Spy Kids (2001) the location of the Chicano family in an exotic, evocative milieu immediately brings to mind the conventional representation of Latinos in Hollywood cinema, as we can see in Carmen Miranda's and Rita Hayworth's films during the so-called Good Neighbor Policy era.
com)-- Texas documentary photographer Jesus Manuel Mena Garza will exhibit 5 black and white documentary photographs as part of the Chicano Dream exhibition June.
Herrera, coauthored by poet Levi Romero and with photography by Robert Kaiser, tells the remarkable story of a cruise through the United States Southwest by two professors and a photographer artist, an itinerant trio led by a compass of cherished writers--Rudolfo Anaya, Tomas Rivera, and, among others, Octavio Paz--and pulled by the ideal of another America and by what Herrera calls the elusive Chicano notion of culture and identity.