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Chicano movement

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: 670 __ |a Wikipedia, Nov. 21, 2006 |b ("The Chicano Movement, also called the Chicano Civil Rights Movement, the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement, and El Movimiento, is the part of the American Civil Rights Movement that sought political empowerment and social inclusion for Mexican Americans.") 670 __ |a LC database, Nov. 21, 2006 |b (Chicano movement; Mexican-American civil rights movement) 670 __ |a World Book encyc. |b ("Chicano movement, also called the ’brown power" movement)

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

all ready on the LEFT (vol. 1, no. 2), 1970-09

Scope and Contents "We're the Cops of the World" [lyrics]; "Cliff on Trial" [Cliff Mansker, Black Marine in confinement]; "Flash!!!" [unity bands]; "Brig Pigs' Gig" [Camp Pendleton brig; imprisoned soldiers physically forced to remove their Black unity bands]; "Tell It To The Left" [Marine Corps "lifers"]; "Fort Hood" [rebellion of 250 Black GIs at Ft. Hood, July 26]; "Oceanside Hi ROTC"; "Peace" [Marines at Camp Pendleton charged with making obscene gestures (peace sign)]; "Liberty or Death" [Marin County...
Dates: Publication: 1970-09

Barrio, El, 1970-06-26 to 1970-10-09

Scope and Contents

El Barrio was a community newspaper covering issues of importance to San Diego's Chicano community. It was printed on the verso side of the underground tabloid newspaper Street Journal/San Diego Free Press. The library's run may contain gaps. The Street Journal and El Barrio were printed on a semiregular, weekly basis. El Barrio byline: "The Official Organ of the Brown Berets: Published weekly by the San Diego Free Press."

Dates: Publication: 1970-06-26 to 1970-10-09

Obrero Rebelde, El; La Voz Popular, 1979 winter to 1981-11

Scope and Contents

Library holdings consist of seven issues (six of El Obrero Rebelde and one issue of La Voz Popular).

Dates: Publication: 1979 winter to 1981-11

Prensa Popular, 1973-11-26 to 1974-08

Scope and Contents

Library holdings consist of four issues, vol 1, numbers 2, 3, 4, and 9. Includes local and state coverage of issues important to the Chicano community.

Dates: Publication: 1973-11-26 to 1974-08

Prensa Popular (vol. 1, no. 2), 1973-11-26

Scope and Contents "Chicanos and Arabs... Victims of Aggression"; "Pete Wilson Blind To Deportations, Seeks Political Power Instead" [police Chief Ray Hoobler and mass deportations; profile of Mayor Pete Wilson's rise to power in San Diego and actions against Chicano community]; "UC-MECHA Conference" [discord at conference at UC-Riverside for state-wide U.C. Mechas, included in article are the majority position and minority position from conference regarding the ideology of U.C. Mecha, and a critique by the...
Dates: Publication: 1973-11-26

Prensa Popular (vol. 1, no. 4), 1974-03-05

Scope and Contents "Chicano Community Fights Deportations" [Interview with Herman Baca, Chicano activist, includes photographs]; "Boycott Demonstrators Picket Gallo H.Q." [mass picket at Gallo Headquarters in Los Angeles; contains photographs]; "Black Nationalism: 'Counter-Revolutionary and Proud'"; "Hero Worship: A Form of Oppression"; "Class Struggle Main Theme of Chicano Conference" [16th Annual High School Chicano Conference, San Diego State University. Keynote speaker was Bert Corona]; "Middle East Issue...
Dates: Publication: 1974-03-05

San Diego Door to Liberation (vol. 1, no. 27), 1969-05-22

Scope and Contents "Aztec Bowl Flushes Out Sounds" [Taratula/Santana/Lee Michaels/Grateful Dead/Canned Heat concert]; "Chicano Power" [Logan Heights to downtown march, May 10]; "Bag of Beads"; "Letters to the Editor"; "Judge Earl J. Cantos: Staunch Defender of Freedom of the Press and Right to Dissent"; "Panthers Solve Paste Problem" [re: Cleveland Black Panthers school lunch program]; "The Student as [N-word]" [reprint of Los Angeles Free Press article; critical view of student experience at Cal State L.A.];...
Dates: 1969-05-22

Voz Fronteriza (vol. 1, no.2), 1976-02-02

Scope and Contents "Hacia la nueva perspectiva"; "UC Irvine: Third World newspaper axed by Administration"; "Olga Talmante sigue de prisionera en la Argentina / Olga Talamante still held in Agentinian Prison"; "'Refried Vietnam': US Intervention in Angola"; "February 2, 1848 / 2 de febrero, 1848" [Treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo]; "Qué opina del Che Guevara? Trece preguntas a David Viñas"; "Chicana en California: Encarcelada en la Argentina [Olga Talamante]; "Letters / Cartas a la Junta Editorial"; [Marian High...
Dates: Publication: 1976-02-02