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San Jose’s Raza community has a rich history and tradition of impactful community organizing that goes back to the 1950s and the founding of the local chapter of The Community Service Organization led by Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Blanca Alvarado, and many others. The emergence of United People Arriba and La Confederacion de La Raza Unida led by Ernestina Garcia, Sofia Mendoza, Rachel Silva and Joaquin Brito in the ’60s led to further political and economic empowerment, culminating in tod ...
 
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San Jose’s Raza community has a rich history and tradition of impactful community organizing that goes back to the 1950s and the founding of the local chapter of The Community Service Organization led by Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Blanca Alvarado, and many others. The emergence of United People Arriba and La Confederacion de La Raza Unida led by…
 
Charley Trujillo was raised in Corcoran, in a typical Latino farm working for the family. Charley Trujillo worked in the fields with his family and attended Corcoran High school. Growing up in the 1960s he endured Corporal Punishment from the educators for speaking Spanish in the classroom. He faced discrimination in school and out of this family a…
 
Tony’s life journey began in La Isla del Encanto, known to most people as Puerto Rico or Borinquén, what the Taino, the indigenous people of the island called their beautiful island. While the island is indeed encanto or enchanted, the lives of the people has always been a hard life, characterized by economic exploitation and the marginalization of…
 
Bill Ramos, Chicano holy man and mentor to the youth of East San Jose and Aztlan Bill “El Mosco” Ramos, whose spirituality has given him the wisdom and knowledge of his Native American and Chicano ancestry to serve the needs of San Jose’s Chicano youth during the turbulent 60’s through today from his spiritual compound in Ripon Calif, just outside …
 
As a young boy growing up in Depression-era New York City, Fred Hirsch knew racism and discrimination because of his Jewish background. Beatings, name-calling and harassment created a sense of social justice that he brought with him when he moved to San Jose in the 60’s. As an active union man, Fred met Chicano activists who successfully addressed …
 
Raza Voz and Karl Soltero having a conversation with Teresa Castellanos and Ketzal Gomez, a mother and daughter’s two generations of social justice activism. How Teresa has witnessed the the social justice movement and the changes and evolution of the Mexican-American experience and Raza in general in the USA and particularly in California. And how…
 
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