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a person of Mexican descent

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I'm female, queer, working-class and Xicana indigena," says Adelina Anthony.
Entre el II y el III Encuentro de los Pueblos Zapatistas con los Pueblos del Mundo, se llevo a cabo el Encuentro de Pueblos Indigenas de America, en Vicam, Sonora, el 22 de abril de 2007, convocado por varias organizaciones: Organizacion Cultural e Historica de la Nacion Nde/Apache, Tierra y Libertad/Organizacion Xicana Indigena, Tucson, Arizona, Desarrollo de Pueblos Indios Inmigrantes y Nativos, AC.
Cervantez, Mujer de mucha enagua, PA'TI XICANA (1999), la cual es la ilustracion central del CD de El Nino de Adams, y donde aparece prominentemente la figura de Sor Juana.
52 entre la Escala L del EPQ y su adaptacion me xicana de la MCSDS en formato original.
Like Chicana was now Xicana, 'just like the Aztecs spelled it,' she said" (28).
Auh xoconitta in mamiquitia, in moteucivitia in itentzin quipalotinemi, in iztitzin quitoponitinemi, (12) in omicauhtinemi in cicuiliuhtinemi: (13) oc mocamacpa xicana in tlatlapancatzintli, xictlapani xictlamaca: auh in petlauhtinemi in aommaci (14) in quechtlan, in quezpan pilcac, xictlaquenti: ca monacaio, ca no te, (15) in ie: oc cenca iehoatl in cocoxcatzintli, ca ixiptla in Tloque Naoaque.
A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness builds upon the issues and innovations she explored in her earlier works.
The coordinator was associated with a community-based organization that ideally had a track record of experience with youth in the school community, such as the Xicana Moratorium Coalition.
That's still an old boys' club--an old white boys' club," said Maritza Alvarez, a queer Xicana writer and cinematographer.
En la serigrafia de Yreina Cervantez, Mujer de mucha enagua, PA'TI XICANA (1999), (26) Sor Juana forma parte de una "trinidad" femenina que la completan una guerrillera zapatista y, otra vez, Rosario Castellanos.