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Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Danny Trejo

Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Danny Trejo

Growing up in Pacoima, Trejo seemed poised for a career in boxing.
Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Oscar Zeta Acosta

Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Oscar Zeta Acosta

Famously depicted as Dr. Gonzo in Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," he was a lawyer, activist and writer who played an important role in the Chicano Movement i ...
Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Fernando Valenzuela

Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Fernando Valenzuela

The Latino community finally had a reason to return to Chavez Ravine as Valenzuela continued to wow crowds, setting records and pitching more shoutout games.
Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Francisco Ramirez

Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Francisco Ramirez

As editor of the first Spanish-language newspaper in Los Angeles, he highlighted the discrimination and injustice faced by Mexican-Americans, Californios, Chinese, and Blacks.
Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Cristóbal Aguilar

Iconic Hispanic Angelenos in History: Cristóbal Aguilar

The son of one of California's first prominent families, Cristóbal Aguilar was the first L.A.-born mayor of the city and the last Hispanic mayor until the election of Antonio Villa ...
'Ban This!' and AK Toney's Elegy for Dee Black

'Ban This!' and AK Toney's Elegy for Dee Black

Arizona's attempt to ban books on Chicano/a Studies has inspired legions of young activist writers and thinkers to take action, empowered and bent on social justice.
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