- Digital Archive
- The Chicano Moratorium Map
2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the year the Chicano Moratorium took place in Los Angeles. The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center has come together with the People's History Project in Lincoln Height and the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences through their Mellon Foundation-funded Community Archives Lab, to bring you this website, an all-in-one go-to source for instructors and students to learn more about what happened that day, why it happened, and how it changed the course of the civil rights movement across the United States for the Chicano/Latino community.
This collection includes documents obtained from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office regarding the death and alleged murder of Ruben Salazar on…
State Sanctioned Violence: Police Brutality during the Chicano Moratorium centers the events leading up to, during and immediately following the...
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This is an audio recording that pulls snippets from a press conference prior to the National Chicano Moratorium rally and after, detailing the events…