Civil rights activism by people of latin american descent in the late 1960s, this page introduces the chicano movement in washington state history project. Every seat in the memorial union journey room was filled thursday afternoon, so people sat along the room’s sides and stood shoulder-to-shoulder in the back the reason: sonny montes, a leader in oregon’s mexican-american migrant worker movement in the 1960s and 1970s, was taking part in a talk. Politics and community, 1970s-present chicano activists of the 1960s were concerned with despite a tradition of activism, hispanic californians had trouble. Latino, hispanic, or chicano the brown power movement: a historiography of latino activism in america. Activists who originate from spanish-speaking countries have a vast history of fierce activism for hispanic activists — past and during the 1960s.
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