Rosalio Muñoz | KCET
Rosalio Muñoz, a Highland Park native, is a Chicano rights activist who acted as co-chair during the Los Angeles Chicano Moratorium in 1970. At age 17, following a year abroad in Mexico, Rosalio established his identity as Chicano and returned to Benjamin Franklin High School proud and politicized. That same year he became the first Latino school class president at Franklin, which began his career in leadership and political activism.
Post date: 2012-03-02T08:15:05-08:00
A new exhibit in Lincoln Heights celebrates what would have been Salazar's 84th birthday, with photos, articles, art, documentary films and dramatic readings of some of his most important articles.