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Choque de trenes del ferrocarril mexicano, año de 1950 — en Zacatecas.

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Hermanas en Zacatecas, año de 1900, foto de Charles B. Waite

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(The second, bottom image) Austin, May 28, 1981. A Dallas member of the Brown Berets, a Chicago activist group organized in the late ’60s, at a police brutality demonstration.

The Brown Berets were known for their direct action against police brutality. They protested killings and abuses perpetrated by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department at the station in the barrio. They supported the United Farm Workers movement and the Land Grant Movement in New Mexico. In 1969, they participated in the first Rainbow Coalition which originally included the Young Patriots and the Young Lords under the leadership of Jose Cha Cha Jimenez and in the Poor Peoples Campaign. In 1969, they were invited to be part of the first Chicano Youth Liberation Movement organized by Corky Gonzales in Denver, Colorado.


The 1968 Chicano Blowouts

For better education that met the need of Mexican American children.
When the school board thought that erasing history, cutting our foreign tongues and “socializing” the youth would work, Chicanos rose up to take back what was/is rightfully theirs.

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Escena de una calle de Zacatecas, tomada en 1912

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1350, winter