Monthly Archives: August 2013

East Los Angeles Protests Police Checkpoints

On the evening of Friday, August 30th, Centro CSO, the Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC) along with residents and their supporters met on the corner of Whittier Blvd. and Atlantic Blvd. in the heart of East Los Angeles to protest … Continue reading



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Boyle Heights Once Again Says No to War

The Boyle Heights community held a protest on the 43rd anniversary of the August 29, 1970 Chicano Moratorium Memorial Day of Resistance against imperial wars. The protest was held at the Armed Forces/Career Center of the US Army and Marines … Continue reading



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Boyle Heights Says No to USC’s proposal to Destroy Hazard Park

The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council (BHNC) met on Wednesday, August 28 at the Boyle Heights Senior Citizens Center to discuss, among other agenda items, the USC Health Science campus proposal to extend Norfolk Street in Hazard Park. The BHNC had … Continue reading



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Raza Si, Guerra No! Protest August 29 in Boyle Heights (3-5pm) at Plaza del Sol

We are calling on you to join us on August 29th the anniversary of our Chicano Moratorium Memorial Day of Resistance against war. For a protest in Boyle Heights this Thursday, August 29th 3-5 pm, before the bombs start falling, … Continue reading



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August 29: The End of the Innocence

In 1969, the Brown Berets formed the Chicano Moratorium to organize and build support for an anti-war movement among Chicanas/os. The first Chicano Moratorium was held in December 1969 with approximately 2,000 in attendance. The Brown Berets called for a … Continue reading



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AL EMPEZAR – MALAQUIAS MONTOYA & The 60s & 70s CHICANO ARTS MOVEMENT





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Xicana Moratorium Day in Oakland





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Save Hazard Park! Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council Board Meeting at 6:15 pm (August 28)

Boyle Heights NC General Board Meeting Boyle Heights Senior Citizens Center 2839 E 3rd St Los Angeles, CA 90033 Save Hazard Park!!! The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council will be voting on the USC Health Science campus proposal to extend Norfolk … Continue reading



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Chicano Moratorium Event at Benjamin Franklin Library in Boyle Heights 6pm on August 29, 2013

El 29 de agosto de 1970 la protesta Chicano moratoria contra la guerra de Vietnam tuvo lugar en el este de Los Angeles. Sobre 20,000 Chicana/os protestaron contra la guerra de Estados Unidos en Vietnam y la alta tasa de … Continue reading



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’57 Chevy Bel Air from South Side Car Club – photo by Art Meza





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