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.
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.
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
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.
The comedy actor and Chicano Art collector learns what it means to be a "Chicano Artist" with the help of John Valadez.
In anticipation of their upcoming performance at Avenue 50 Studios for the La Palabra Series, we got a chance to talk to Taco Shop Poets founder Adolfo Guzman-Lopez.