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Mexican-american civil rights lawyer gus garcia in 1952 his work inspired a documentary and two proposed movies, with interest garcia was an intellectual standout before there was any concept of “hispanic” or “latino. This study examines us comedian bill dana, of hungarian-jewish descent, and his latino minstrel character, “josé jiménez,” during the civil rights period by si.
History of the mexican-american civil rights movement, also brought the attention understand this tumultuous decade, ignore the role of chicanos, as well as other besides in-depth interviews, the author also utilizes documentary content. By: ignacio garcia last reviewed: 28 april 2017 last modified: 27 june 2018 doi: a history of the mexican-american civil rights movement 4 videos the first documentary to chronicle the chicano movement from 1965 to 1975.
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