Study Guide Gonzales, chapter 8



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Gonzales, chapter 8 - The Chicano Movement, 1965-1975 – pt II - pgs. 210-225

Chicano!

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  1. The Chicano Student Movement

    • De facto segregation





    • Lack of cultural programs – bilingual education



    • Inspiration from Black Power movement







    • Inspiration from Cuban Revolution



    • Cultural regeneration – “indigenismo”: movement in Mexico and North America advocating a dominant social and political role for Indians in countries where they constitute a majority of the population. A sharp distinction is drawn by its members between Indians and Europeans, or those of European ancestry, who have dominated the Indian majorities since the Spanish conquest in the early 16th century.



    • El Movimiento Estudiantil de Aztlán (MECHA)



      • Cultural nationalism



      • Socialism



      • Feminism



        • Triple burden



        • Chicana movement



          • Loyalists



          • Feminists



        • National Chicana Conference (5/71) – pg. 219



        • National Woman’s Political Caucus – pg. 220



        • Homophobia



      • Split



  1. Vietnam War





    • Cold War paradigm



    • Gulf of Tonkin Resolution





    • Charley Trujillo, Soldados: Chicanos in Vietnam (1990)





    • Poor People’s Campaign



  1. Brown Berets



    • Community organizing



    • Walkouts





      • Laguna Park - 29, August, 1970



      • Ruben Salazar – pg. 216



  1. Decline of Chicanismo – pg. 222



  1. The Chicano Legacy



    • A “non-happening”?



    • War on Poverty





    • Culture/art – e.g., Luis Valdez


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