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Delve into this season's three new stories about Latino culture and history.
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Filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez On Activist Oscar Zeta Acosta
Filmmaker Phillip Rodriguez explains the artistic direction behind the film.
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The Chicano Rights Movement
Explore the historic 1968 “Walkouts."
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The Sixties and In Search of Identity
Oscar Zeta Acosta continues searching for his self-identity.
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Social Justice Attorney
Explore Oscar Zeta Acosta’s brief stint as a legal aid attorney in Oakland, California.
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Discover the life of radical Chicano lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta
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“Beautiful New World”
“Que Bonito Es El Mundo Nuevo” were the last words Willie said to his brother.
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Willie's brother Ralph talks about the violence of Freedom Summer.
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Moving On Up
Willie's brother Ralph takes on a neighborhood tour of the barrio.
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A Latino Republican
Latinos in Presidential elections have traditionally voted Democrat.
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Ignacio "Nacho" Perez talks about the creation of The Mexican American Youth Organization.
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Professor Charles Cotrell talks about the reporters seeking out Chicano activists.
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Southwest Voter Vice President, Lydia Camarillo recalls the first time hearing Willie.
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Julian Castro talks about the new generation of Latino voters.
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The Congressman from Texas
Learn the early history of Congressman Henry B Gonzalez.
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A New Identity
Ralph Velasquez talks about two identities and the meaning of "Pocholandia."
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Willie Velásquez paved the way for the growing power of the Latino Vote.
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia ignited a movement for peace after his son's murder.
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Follow poet Javier Sicilia as he leads a peace movement through Mexico and into the U.S.
Meet five struggling Latina actresses trying to make it in Hollywood.
Explore the ups and downs of being a Latina actress in Hollywood.
Explore the making of Giant and its examination of Anglo/Mexican-American relations.
See how Giant, a 1950s film that examined racial prejudice, is still relevant.
The true story of Loreta Velazquez, Confederate soldier turned Union spy.
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