East LA Chicano Movement: In the Western liberal democratic traditions there were no textbook portrayals of the homegrown activism in our own communities.
This shows people working on the Railroads. Why: Because they were slaves and had to work to get paid.
Una niña emigrante Mexicano-Estadounidense trabaja en un campo de tomates en Indiana 1968 .
During one part of the book they play monopoly every night and the games would get very heated and the pieces would go flying. Pete was really good at monopoly.
Mexican American Flappers- Southern California, 1925
Washington & Old Dominion R.R. Car Exterior.
My Little Pony costumes: Princess Celestia and Rainbow Dash. We sewed the costumes out of soft fabric, adding "cutie marks" made out of felt. The wings were cloth stretched over wire. The hats were crocheted with yarn manes and we had yarn tails.
Spanish was spoken within the continental U.S. long before English AND The ENTIRE American Southwest was Northern Mexico at one point… Not to mention that MOST Mexicanos/Chicanos are mixed w/ Native American blood… "We didn't cross the border, the border crossed us." Any questions?
mijajaja: This is Casa Aztlan, Pilsen, Chicago The resistance begins in the barrio.“Casa Aztlan is located in a building that originally housed the Bohemian settlement house founded in 1896. In 1905 the building became the Howell Neighborhood House and then the Neighborhood Service Organization. In the early 1970’s, Middle European immigrants began leaving Pilsen while Mexican immigrants began to arrive in greater numbers. In 1970 through the leadership of the Brown Berets the organization…