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Chicana/o Leadership

The Development of Chicano Leadership Since 1963 Sal Castro and the Chicano Youth Leadership Conference: A Symposium Organized by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA, Friday, May 26, 2006, 9:00 am-8:00 pm

Chicano Park Brochure

CHICANO PARK 1970—2010 www.chicano-park.org Chicano Park was founded on April 22, 1970 when the community of Barrio Logan and Chicano activists joined forces to protest the construction of a Highway Patrol station on the present site of the park.

Chicano Life

160 Chicano Life Although some Americans perceive Mexicans and other Hispanics as relatively recent arrivals to the United States, many lived north of the Rio Grande long before northern Mexico passed into U.S. hands in the mid-nineteenth century.


Observations on the 'New' Chicano History: Historiography of the 1970s by Albert Camarillo Working Paper Series No. 1 January 1984 The purpose of the SCCR Working Paper Series is to publish works that significantly increase our knowledge about Chicanos and other Latinos.


Page 108 Chicano and Latino Studies Sonoma State University 2006-2008 Catalog Department Office Nichols Hall 214 (707) 664-2369 www.sonoma.edu/cals/ Department chair Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez aDministrative cOOrDinatOr Perce Smith Faculty Manuel Hidalgo, Education/History Patricia Kim-Rajal ...


Themes and Dreams in Chicano Art: A Teaching Guide for Grades 9-12 Lessons developed by Peter Radetsky Edited by Yvette Herrera Courtesy of "Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge," produced by Clear Channel Entertainment-Exhibitions and presented by Target Stores and Hewlett Packard ...

Chicano Drama: Performance, Society and Myth

Introduction Brief overview of Chicano theatre prior to Zoot Suit This is a book about Chicana/o drama from 1979 to1999, the last two decades of the twentieth century.


Edgar Iván Gutiérrez History 31 http://faculty.rcc.edu/gutierrez/ Riverside City College edgar.gutierrez@rcc.edu Fall 2007 Office Hours Class Meetings TTh 8:30-10:30 A.M. TTh 10:30-12:02 P.M. Wed. 2:00-400 P.M. LVKN F-4 CHICANO HISTORY (Transborder Studies) This course is a general survey on ...

the Re-formation of Chicano Tribe

224 * Section Three: Queer Formulations and the Politics of Identity Thomas E. Yingling, "How the Eye Is Cast: Robert Mapplethorpe and the Limits of Controversy" in AIDS and the National Body.

School Dropout of Chicano Students in a Binational Context

School Dropout of Chicano Students in a Binational Context Raymond V. Padilla University of Texas at San Antonio Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) , San Antonio, TX, November 9-12, 2006.