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neomexinaismos so true, when you are born in the U.S. this is what happens

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And not just Chicanos either. Latinos are too American for Latin Americans and too Latin American for the U. "Ni de aqui, y ni de alla!

Take control of your mind & Educate yourself.  Cesar Chavez, Mexican-American farm worker, later labor leader and activist.

"Preservation of one's own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures" - Cesar Chavez, who united Filipinos and Mexicans to end virtual enslavement in California

She's brutally honest. Sometimes, she scares the sh*t out of you. But she also makes the best homemade tortillas this side of the border, and you love her unconditionally.  If you grew up with a Mexican or Mexican-American mom, you can totally relate: MORE: 16 Items That Will Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

10 Memes You'll Understand If You Have A Mexican Mom

She's brutally honest. Sometimes, she scares the sh*t out of you. But she also makes the best homemade tortillas this side of the border, and you love her unconditionally. If you grew up with a Mexican or Mexican-American mom, you can totally relate: MORE: 16 Items That Will Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

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Find of Unique Bumper Stickers & Car Decals. Tons of Mexican Pride designs available, or personalize your own!

Los Angeles Chicana Women Party Crew Instagram | Mexican-American Guadalupe Rosales joined the Aztec Nation party crew and now runs an Instagram commemorating it. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2016/04/104044/los-angeles-crews-chicana-veteranas-and-rucas-instagram

This Instagram Captures The Glory Days Of L.A.'s Chicana Party Crews

MexicanAmerican Gothic   Day of the Dead Art by UrbanArtByMelody, $48.00

Mex Am Gothic by Melody Smith Tattoo Fine Art Print Sugar Skull Day of the Dead

Gifts & Accessories That Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

16 Items That Will Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

La Luna Vintage Mexican Loteria Pillow Cover circa 1920 - Mexican Traditional Art, Day of the Dead, Dia de los Muertos, Mexican Style Pillow

When Mexicans Leave The House - Mexican Problems...old school

So funny my meh meh .When Mexicans Leave The House - Mexican Problems

She's brutally honest. Sometimes, she scares the sh*t out of you. But she also makes the best homemade tortillas this side of the border, and you love her unconditionally.  If you grew up with a Mexican or Mexican-American mom, you can totally relate: MORE: 16 Items That Will Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

10 Memes You'll Understand If You Have A Mexican Mom

She's brutally honest. Sometimes, she scares the sh*t out of you. But she also makes the best homemade tortillas this side of the border, and you love her unconditionally. If you grew up with a Mexican or Mexican-American mom, you can totally relate: MORE: 16 Items That Will Remind You Of Growing Up Mexican-American

The following is a summary & analysis of Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review article, “Law of the Noose: A History of Latino Lynching” by Richard Delgado. SUMMARY Delgado attempts to shed...

The Unknown History of Latino Lynchings

Delgado attempts to shed light on a largely unknown history of Latinos, particularly Mexican-Americans in the Southwest U., who were lynched between the years of 1846 and This is roughly the same time that many Blacks were lynched in the U.

This Latina Celebrates Feminists of Color Through Her Art Series

This Latina Celebrates Feminists of Color Through Her Art Series

Why this Mexican-American artist created watercolor paintings of feminists of color.

CHICANA FEMINISM, also referred to as Xicanism, is an ideology based on the rejection of the traditional “household” role of a Mexican-American woman. In challenges the stereotypes of women across the lines of gender, ethnicity, class, race, and sexuality. Most importantly, it serves as a middle ground between the Chicano Movement and the Women’s Liberation Movement.

” Valadez chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women. The artist is Robert Valadez.