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'La Raza,' the community newspaper turned magazine, drew an eclectic mix of people from all walks of life. Hear La Raza photographer Luis Garza talk about his colleagues.
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During the turbulence of the 60s and 70s, 35 people were arrested for sitting in a Board of Education meeting. But no trial ever came to being. Hear Raul Ruiz talk about those fateful arrests.
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Police surveillance and infiltration on the youth activists was prevalent. But they weren't the only ones watching, so were the activists. Hear Patricia Borjon Lopez's take on these police activities.
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Many of the issues that were prevalent in the 1960s and 70s are still present in today's times. Hear how La Raza photorapher Gil Lopez's thoughts on continuing the struggle today.
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The Chicano Movement wasn't just one segment of the population. It encompassed people of all ages. See their photos and hear photographer Devra Weber speak about them.
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Nothing signals “Revolution HQ” about the Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights, but if its walls could speak, perhaps they would rally and roar because this place of worship was also a place of resistance in the 1960s and 70s.