Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sunday Night in Boyle Heights

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Boyle Heights Sunset

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Oh What A Life It Was

Grey handlebar mustaches smiling with a fear and love Moldy junkies Hi-Fiving & looking for a toke Free bironga chilling in a white bucket labelled Old Milwaukee Walls were full of grafitti and stray dogs had the right away It … Continue reading

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Fighting For Political Power – Episode 4 of Chicano!: A History of Mexican Civil Rights Movement

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Taking Back The Schools – Episode 3 of Chicano!: A History of Mexican American Civil Rights Movement

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The Struggle in the Fields – Episode 2 of Chicano!: A History of Mexican American Civil Rights Movement

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Quest for a Homeland – Episode 1 of Chicano!: A History of Mexican American Civil Rights Movement

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Rodolfo Acuña on his banned book Occupied America

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Jehuniko “22 Years Old”

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the color of your eyes

the color of your eyes illuminates your indigenous beauty your radical heart penetrates la vida in you that loves, que ama unconditionally breaking down barriers dando vida al espíritu que conoce que es lo que es dolor, sufrimiento, amor en … Continue reading

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stories

stories from the heart of aztlan before we met in this crucible of love. breathe slowly close your eyes open your soul to this ancient verse spoken from a sacred tongue. the spark of your spirit resonates with the sound … Continue reading

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morphine child

morphine child glass eyes blurred vision ruby lips suicide kiss broken heart enslaved love false hope stay awhile drink my wine something to tell everyone to blame someone to forget a few regrets something to burn postcard says “jesus saves” … Continue reading

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Salt of the Earth – Complete Movie

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Zoot Suit Trailer

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DID YOU HEAR IT?

The Zapatistas announced their emergence on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, as one cycle of the Mayan calendar ended, and another began. Subcomandante Marcos made the announcement in Spanish, translation by www.narconews.com December 21, 2012 To Whom It May Concern: DID … Continue reading

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What’s Next for the (Im)migrant Rights Movement?

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BSP Doomsday Podcast 2012

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El Chicano – Viva Tirado

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