"Study Confirms White Privilege Will be Televised - And Kids Are Still Watching." Political Theory is finally really starting to accept that televisual representation is a political text that massively affects politics/groups/individuals, and I'm glad to see studies backing that assertion.
The Invisible Force: Latinos at War in Vietnam It’s not known with certainty how many Latinos died in the Vietnam War. At the time the U.S. military counted Latinos as whites; there was no official Latino count. Tomas Summers Sandoval, a professor of History and Chicano Studies at Pomona College, is working to change that. He calculated that 20 percent of the Vietnam casualties were Latino.
Corky Gonzales, born and raised in Denver's tough Eastside barrio, advocating for equal rights, becomes leader of the class struggle, culminating with "I am Joaquin" a poem parlaying his vision of what it means to be a Chicano.
Eva Longoria Accepts Her Master's Degree in Casadei Pumps
Rudy Acuña is shown wearing a shirt that states his dislike of the term "hispanic" in favor of the term "Chicano." Students at UCSB helped Acuña organize a demonstration against the university soon after he was denied a professorship. Rodolfo Acuña, founding member of the Chicana/o Studies Department at CSUN and often called the "father of Chicano Studies" is an activist, teacher, author, and historian. Rodolfo Acuña Papers.