Category Archives: Chicano Moratorium

Birth of a New Symbol: The Brown Berets & Chicano/o Education, 1966-1972 at the University of Arizona (4/13/17)





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March in the Rain Film and Discussion at the University of Arizona (2/28/17)





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Chicano Homeland: Conversation with Louis R. Negrete at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes (2/16/17)

                                  Author Louis Negrete discusses his latest work “Chicano Homeland.” Focusing on the Chicano movement at its epicenter in Los Angeles, Negrete brings to … Continue reading



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Requiem 29 at the University of Arizona (12/15/16)





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Remembering January 31, 1971 Event in East Los Angeles (1/28/17)





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An Open Letter to the Movement

(<>j<>)   (<>j<>) To: National Chicano Moratorium Committee To: our friends and allies To: the Movement for self-determination and national liberation To: Our enemies To: the people AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MOVEMENT ON WHY I LEFT THE NATIONAL CHICANO MORATORIUM … Continue reading



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The Chicano Moratorium Marches: A History Worth Preserving (10/20/15)

  Co-sponsored by the Conservancy and the Los Angeles Public Library, this free panel commemorates the forty-fifth anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium marches. Panelists include key figures and organizers of the Chicano Moratorium: Gloria Arellanes, Rosalio Muñoz, David Sanchez, and … Continue reading



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45th Chicano Moratorium Commemoration March and Rally in Los Angeles

  45th Chicano Moratorium Commemoration March and Rally – Saturday, August 29, 2015 “En Defensa Del Pueblo Raza Resistencia!” Please come out and join the March and Rally!!!! Bring your signs, banners, friends and familias! 45 years later Y Que??? … Continue reading



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Remembering the Chicano Moratorium – San Francisco (8/23/15)

    Remembering the Chicano Moratorium, part of the Spirit of Bandung series sponsored by Third World Resistance and International League of People’s Struggle On August 29,1970, over 30,000 Chicanos marched in the streets of LA to call an end … Continue reading



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The Chicano Generation: Testimonios of the Movement Platica and Book Signing

Mario Garcia in conversation with Raul Ruiz, Gloria Arellanes & Rosalio Munoz to discuss and sign The Chicano Generation: Testimonios of the Movement This is the story of the historic Chicano Movement in Los Angeles during the late 1960s and … Continue reading



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