Thursday September 21, 2017
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BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 8/31/17
Greeted by enthusiastic Centro CSO members, home-cooked food, and Chicano liberation music, history and politics, more than 60 participants gathered to commemorate the 47th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium in Boyle Heights
BY David Archuleta | Tucson, AZ | 8/29/17
On August 26, the immigrant rights action group L.U.P.E. (Lucha Unida de Padres y Estudiantes) hosted a community celebration of the historic Chicano Moratorium.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/04/15
Nearly 100 community members, along with various organizations in the Chicano Moratorium Committee, celebrated the 45th anniversary of the historic Chicano Moratorium.
BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 9/02/15
On August 29, nearly 30 people gathered to celebrate the struggle of Chicano people past and present. Organizers presented a brief history of the historical development of the Chicano nation arising from the U.S. government’s theft of around 50% of Mexico’s land in1848.
BY staff | Los Angeles, California | 9/02/14
More than 30 people gathered at the Salesian Family and Youth Center, located inthe Boyle Heights neighborhood in the heart of East Los Angeles, Aug. 23, to discuss the battle for the Legalization for All campaign and to help build for the 44-year anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/01/13
Centro CSO and Latinos Against War and the community hit the streets on August 29 - the anniversary of our Chicano Moratorium Memorial Day of Resistance against war.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 8/30/13
Under the slogan “Education not war!” Boyle Heights community members participated in a townhall meeting to commemorate the Chicano Moratorium Day of Resistance.
BY Carlos Montes | Lost Angeles | 8/28/13
Fight Back News Service is circulating an important commentary written by veteran Chicano activist Carlos Montes in 2010. Montes is a regular contributor to Fight Back!
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 8/28/13
“We must protest publicly the threatened U.S. military attacks against the people of Syria and denounce the government and media lies used to justify a missile attack. We must also continue to expose the U.S. military targeting the poor - especially Blacks and Chicanos - for recruitment,” states veteran Chicano and anti war activist Carlos Montes.
BY Carlos Montes | East Los Angeles, CA | 8/30/10
The powerful slogan “Chicano power” was heard here as marchers headed down Whittier Boulevard in the heart of East Los Angeles, Aug. 28. The 40th Chicano Moratorium against war had participants from as far away as El Paso, Texas and Arizona.
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