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  • Every Mexican-American related article should have a corresponding article on the Spanish Wikipedia. If its notable here, due to the subject of this project, it should automatically be notable there, even if only English language references are available.


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Lorna Dee Cervantes

Reies Tijerina

Ana Castillo

• George Lopez

Bronze (racial classification)

El Plan Espiritual de Aztlán

La Raza


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• Manuel Luis Martinez

• Julian Samora

• Ruben Salazar

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  1. Jose Chavez, y Chavez
  2. Al Borde- Rock en Español magazine
  3. Soledad Alatorre/Chole Alatorre - labor activist
  4. ASCO - East Los Angeles-based Chicano art collective
  5. Asociación Nacional México-Americana/Asociacion Nacional Mexico-Americana
  6. David Avalos/David Ávalos - San Diego-based Chicano artist
  7. Modesta Avila/Modesta Ávila - pre-Movement activist
  8. Aztec dance/Danza Azteca/Danza Mexica - dance genre
  9. Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, Aztlán, Aztlán - an academic journal [1]
  10. Maxine Baca Zinn/Maxine Baca-Zinn - writer
  11. Carlos "Chaz" Bojorquez - artist
  12. David Botello -artist
  13. Border art/Arte Fronterizo/BAW/TAF/Border Art Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo Border Art Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo- Art collective/workshop
  14. The Brat (musical group)-Chicano punk group
  15. La Brocha del Valle/Brocha del Valle -Fresno art collective
  16. Brown pride - slogan/cultural ideal
  17. Rito Canales and Antonio Cordova -Chicano Movement martyrs and Black Berets members, murdered by police in late 1971 in NM
  18. Casa de la Raza/La Casa de la Raza -Santa Barbara cultural center
  19. Melesio Casas -artist
  20. Antonia Castañeda/Antonia Castaneda - writer
  21. Wilfredo Castaño/Wilfredo Castano - writer and artist
  22. Leonel Castillo-former INS commissioner
  23. Centro Cultural Aztlán- San Antonio, Texas cultural center
  24. Chicana/Latina Foundation Burlingame, California foundation
  25. Chicana Service Action Committee - East Los Angeles activist group/center
  26. Chicano Art/Chicano Art movement - artistic genre
  27. Chicano Communications Center, Albuquerque NM
  28. Chicano Liberation Front - 70s underground revolutionary group - California
  29. Chicano Muralist Movement/Chicano muralism/Mexican-American muralism - artistic movement
  30. Chicano Secret Service -comedy troupe
  31. Chicano Spanish (as distinct from Mexican Spanish, Chicano English, or Caló)
  32. Chicano Street Arts Movement - artistic movement
  33. Chusma House Publications - publishing house
  34. Evelyn Cisneros - Dancer
  35. Colonia Chiques - Oxnard, California barrio/gang
  36. The Communist Party and Mexican-Americans (cfr The Communist Party and African-Americans)
  37. Antonio Cordova - see Rito Canales
  38. Lucha Corpi - detective fiction writer and poet
  39. Frank Corrales - Folk musician
  40. Cortito/El cortito/short-handled hoe/short handled hoe/short handle hoe - tool, UFW successfully campaigned for its illegalization
  41. Rufino Contreras - UFW martyr
  42. Daniel Desiga -Oregon Chicano artist
  43. Jesse Diaz/Jesse Díaz - activist
  44. Richard Duardo - Los Angeles-based Chicano artist
  45. Sergio Elizondo - writer and priest
  46. Gaspar Enriquez - artist
  47. El Espectador -early newspaper
  48. Esperanza Peace and Justice Center- San Antonio, Texas center
  49. Bernardo Eureste - former San Antonio City Councilman, corrupt politician
  50. Filipino Mexican American
  51. Flakiss/La Flakiss - Hip hop artist
  52. Lysa Flores - musician
  53. La Fuerza Unida -Women's Labor Movement, San Antonio, Texas
  54. Gallista Gallery - San Antonio, Texas art gallery
  55. Armando Garcia/Armando García - Entrepreneur
  56. Isabel Garcia (attorney)/Isabel García (attorney)
  57. Janice Garcia/Janice García - Gang prevention specialist
  58. Margaret Garcia/Margaret García - East Los Angeles artist
  59. Mario T. Garcia/Mario T. García - Historian
  60. Rupert Garcia/Rupert García - Artist
  61. Irasema T. Garza -Director of the U.S. Dept. of Labor's Women's Bureau
  62. Ignacio Gomez (artist)/Ignacio Gómez (artist) - Graphic artist
  63. Henry Gonzales - politician, Texas
  64. Pedro J. Gonzalez/Pedro J. González/Pedro Gonzalez/Pedro J. González - San Diego/border-area musician, broadcaster, and political prisoner
  65. Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center/Guadalupe Cultural Arts - San Antonio, Texas
  66. Raul Guerrero - Artist
  67. Zarco Guerrero - Arizona sculptor, famous for masks
  68. Wayne Alaniz Healy - East Los Angeles muralist and graphic artist
  69. Las hermanas/Las Hermanas - Catholic feminist nun's movement within the Chicano movement
  70. Adan Hernandez/Adán Hernández - Artist
  71. Antonia Hernandez/Antonia Hernández - Civil rights attorney
  72. Houchen Methodist Settlement House - A Texas settlement house, pro-assimilation
  73. Immigrant rights
  74. Josefa-Juanita - perhaps the first victim of anti-Mexican ethnic cleansing in California
  75. La Prensa - bilingual newspaper, existing links for La Prensa (California), La Prensa (Florida), La Prensa (Michigan), & La Prensa (Texas)
  76. Latin American Bible Institute
  77. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives at CSUN. Home to many Mexican-American primary source documents
  78. Latino USA - radio journal of news & culture
  79. Luis Leal (scholar)/Luis Leal (writer)
  80. Aliza Lifshitz - Doctor and civic leader
  81. Leo Limon/Leo Limón - artist
  82. William Longley/Bill Longley - see Guillermo Vásquez
  83. Ignacio Lutero Lopez/Ignacio Lutero López (add to Ignacio López dab page) -founder and publisher of El Espectador, an influential bilingual newspaper in 1930s-1940s Southern California
  84. Rosa M. - Chicana artist
  85. El Malcriado - El Teatro Campesino publication
  86. Ralph Maradiaga/Rafael Maradiaga - artist and founder of the Galeria de la Raza
  87. Demetria Martinez/Demetria Martínez -Chicana author
  88. Emanuel Martinez/Emanuel Martínez -CO artist
  89. Michael Martinez (columnist)/Michael Martínez (columnist) -conservative columnnist (not totally sure he's Mexican-American)
  90. Refugio Martínez/Refugio Martinez, Chicago union organizer unjustly deported in the 1940s
  91. Miguel Méndez/Miguel Mendez/Miguel M. Méndez - Arizona writer
  92. Amalia Mesa-Bains -artist and theorist
  93. Mexican American Bar Association
  94. Mexican Americans and the Roman Catholic Church
  95. Mexican Cherokees
  96. Military history of Mexican-Americans
  97. Richard Montoya - see Culture Clash
  98. Enrique Morones founder of Border Angels
  99. Carlos Morton - playwright
  100. Jose Moya del Piño/José Moya del Piño - pre-movement muralist
  101. Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social/MALCS - Chicana scholars' organization
  102. Carlos Muñoz, Jr./Carlos Muñoz - author and professor
  103. Congreso Nacional del Pueblo de Habla Española/Congreso de Pueblos de Hablan Española/Congreso de Pueblos de Habla Española/Congreso de Pueblos que Hablan Español/Spanish-Speaking People's Congress/Spanish Speaking People's Congress/National Congress of Spanish-Speaking Peoples
  104. Armando Navarro - historian and professor
  105. New Sanctuary movement/New Sanctuary Movement
  106. Pocha Nostra - performance art collective
  107. Victor Ochoa/Víctor Ochoa -published of El Hispanoamericano out of El Paso, a survivor of "El Mochi" massacre, later became an inventor
  108. Joe Olvera - poet and columnist
  109. Victor Orozco Ochoa - San Diego-area muralist
  110. Orquesta Medellín/Orquesta Medellin - musical group
  111. Javier Pacheco - poet
  112. Monica Palacios - see Culture Clash
  113. Pan Dulce - food
  114. Pochismo - cultural current
  115. Project SER - workforce investment program
  116. Josefina Quezada - activist and muralist
  117. raulsalinas - poet
  118. Frank Romero/Frank E. Romero -artist
  119. Alex Rubio -artist
  120. Ric Salinas - see Culture Clash
  121. Jesus Salas - Labor Leader, Wisconsin
  122. San Anto Cultural Arts - San Antonio, Texas arts center
  123. Gil Sanchez (architect) - works on adobe buildings
  124. Marta Sanchez (artist) -there is current a link to Marta Sanchez but she is a singer
  125. Michelle Serros/Michelle M. Serros -Chicana writer, formerly with the George Lopez show
  126. Herbert Siguenza - see Culture Clash
  127. Simón Silva/Simon Silva - artist
  128. Vicente Silva - of the Gorras Blancas
  129. Segundo Barrio/El Segundo Barrio - of El Paso, Texas
  130. El Tecolote (newspaper) - SF bilingual newspaper
  131. Mario Torero/Mario Acevedo Torero/Mario Acevedo (artist) - muralist
  132. Eloy Torrez - artist, muralist
  133. Jesse Trevino -artist
  134. Troy Cafe [2]
  135. Unity clap
  136. John Valadez - artist
  137. Vincent Valdez -artist
  138. Gustavo Vasquez - film and video producer
  139. Richard Vasquez/Richard Vásquez - author of Chicano
  140. Willie Velasquez/Willie Velásquez and Southwest Voter Registration Project (SWVRP)
  141. Lydia Villarreal - attorney
  142. Viva Kennedy Clubs - voters movement for President John F. Kennedy
  143. La Voz de Esperanza - activist publication (monthly)
  144. XISPAS - website
  145. Susan Yamagata - Japanese-American Chicana artist
  146. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto - Art historian
  147. George Yepes - artist

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