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Voz Fronteriza (vol. 3, no. 2), 1977-11


Scope and Contents

"20,000 Demonstrate Across the Country / El Pueblo se Levanta Contra Bakke" [Supreme Court decision on Bakke]; "San Ysidro: INS - KKK Collusion 2,000 Protest"; "20 de Noviembre: Dia de Resistencia, Dia de Unidad / November 20th: Day of Resistance, Day of Unity" [1910 Mexican Revolution]; "We Salute" [Bakke decision]; "Despite Disruption: National Conference Demands Unconditional Amnesty [resistance to President Carter's amnesty; National Chicano/Latino Conference on Immigration and Public Policy in San Antonio, Texas]; "Otro Ataque Contra Nuestro Pueblo: La Comunidad Se Organiza / Another Attack to our People: Community Organizes" [KKK efforts to provoke border region discord; David Duke in San Ysidro]; "Comunidad de Houston Protesta Brutalidad Policiaca / Houston Community Protests Police Brutality" [over beating and drowning of Joe Campos Torres]; "Class Action Suit Filed / Se Pone Una Demanda de Acción de Clase" [fight for political asylum, Jose "Pepe" Medina]; "UFW Headquarters Bombed" [New York]; "Cold Winter at Crystal City" [Texas, gas shut-off]; "History of Our Music" [Chicano music]; "Mercenarios Chilenos en Sur Africa/ Chilean Mercenaries in South Africa"; "Stricter UC Admission Requirements Approved"; "Native American Women Sue Government" [police brutality, Pine Ridge Reservation]; "Undocumented Workers Strike / Trabajadores Indocumentados en Huelga" [Arizona, Arrowhead Ranches]; "Boicot de Coors: Trabajadores Demandan Derechos Humanos / Coors Boycott: Workers Demand Human Rights"; "United Farmworkers Winter Program in California / La UFW Recluta para Programa Invernal"


  • Publication: 1977-11

Language of Materials

From the File:

Articles in Spanish and English, some articles in both languages.

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