Half Title Page.
Recent Titles in the Eyewitness to History Series.
Evaluating and Interpreting Primary Documents.
Prelude to Protest.
1: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Articles VIII and IX, 1848.
2: “The Sleepy Lagoon Case,” Pamphlet Prepared by the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee, 1943.
3: Radio Broadcast by Los Angeles City Officials on “Zoot Suit Riot,” 1943.
4: Appellate Decision in People V. Zammora (Zoot Suit Riot Case), 1944.
5: Mendez V. Westminster, Conclusion of the Court, 1947.
6: Hernandez V. Texas, Summary, 1954.
Sí, Se Puede: The Fight of the Farmworkers.
7: Farm Labor Organizing—César Chávez Speaks of the Early Years, 1963.
8: Informant Interview to FBI on César Chávez, 1966.
9: Statement of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Delano, California, 1968.
10: Proclamation of the Delano Grape Workers for International Boycott Day, 1969.
11: Statement of Dolores Huerta Before U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Migratory Labor, 1969.
12: César Chávez Address to the Commonwealth Club of California, 1984.
Reies López Tijerina and the Land-Grant Movement.
13: La Alianza and the Rio Arriba County Courthouse Raid: The Recollections of a Reporter at the Scene, 1967.
14: FBI Cointelpro Memorandum on La Alianza Federal De Mercedes and Reies Tijerina, 1967.
15: Reies López Tijerina Speech before Black Panther Rally, Oakland, California, 1968.
16: Reies López Tijerina, a Letter from the Santa Fe Jail, 1969.
17: La Alianza Press Release, 1982.
Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales and the Crusade for Justice.
18: “I Am Joaquin” By Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales, 1967.
19: FBI Memoranda on Activities of Corky Gonzales, 1968.
20: The National Chicano Youth Conference and El Plan Espiritual De Aztlán (The Spiritual Plan of Aztlán), 1969.
21: Press Conference on the Murder of Ricardo Falcón, 1972.
22: Remembering the 1974 Car Bombing Deaths of Chicano Leaders—“Los Seis De Boulder”.
The Student Blowouts and the Drive for Educational Reform.
23: Offices of La Raza Raided by Los Angeles Police, 1968.
24: The Philosophy of MEChA, 1969 (Amended 1999).
25: Pamphlet, “Free Los Siete De La Raza,” 1970.
26: Interview with Herman Baca of the Committee on Chicano Rights, 1980.
27: David Sánchez Looks Back on Early Years of Chicano Resistance–Interview, 2012.
28: Eulogy for Sal Castro, 2013.
The National Chicano Antiwar Moratorium.
29: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Study on Mexican Americans, 1968.
30: Ruben Salazar’s Stranger in One’s Land, 1970.
31: Reflections of Ricardo Muñoz on the Chicano Moratorium of 1970.
José Ángel Gutiérrez, Political Power, and the Birth of La Raza Unida.
32: Speech of José Ángel Gutiérrez: “Mexicanos Need to Control their Own Destiny,” 1970.
33: Speech of Ramsey Muñiz, La Raza Unida Party Candidate for Governor of Texas, 1972 and 1974.
A Chicana Perspective.
34: Interview with Gloria Arellanes on Brown Berets, 2011.
35: Remarks of President Barack Obama Awarding Presidential Medal of Freedom to Dolores Huerta, 2012, and Huerta’s Acceptance.
Rising Cultural and Creative Expression.
36: Interview of Poet, Writer, and Painter Nephtalí De León on his Early Years as a Creative Artist, 1999.
37: Artist Johnny D. González, Aka Don Juan, Reflects on Chicano Murals, 2007.
About the Author.