Rethinking the Chicano Movement: Mexican Americans, Latinos, and the Meaning of Citizenship

Lecture Description

This lecture explores the ways Americanism shaped the Chicano Movement (Mexican American Civil Rights Movement) after World War II, and considers the ways in which parallel movements such as the African-American Freedom Movement, Black Power, Women’s Rights, and Anti-Colonialism shaped the Chicano Movement, and its essentially reformist agenda.

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Civil Rights Latino Latina

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