- Digital Archive
- The Chicano Moratorium Map
Art has always served as a way for people to express and comment on social and political issues, aside from many things. In this instance, here is a list of some better-known artwork that relates to the Chicano Moratorium, Chicano sentiments on Vietnam, and the death of Ruben Salazar.
- ASCO/Harry Gamboa Jr. First Supper (After a Major Riot), 1974. Performance by ASCO. Photographer by Harry Gamboa Jr.
- Brand, Madeleine. "The 1970 Chicano Moratorium bore activism, art, and rebellion." Press Play with Madeleine Brand, KCRW, Los Angeles, CA, 25 Aug. 2020.
- Gamboa, Harry Jr. "Against the Wall: Remembering the Chicano Moratorium." East of Borneo. 16 Nov. 2010.
- Carrillo, Eduardo, Ramses Noriega, Sergio Hernandez, and Saul Solache. Chicano History mural, 1970. Oil on panel. UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
- Garcia, Héctor Ramón. "Beholding Chicano History: Iconography and the Chicanx Movement." Athanor, vol. 37, 2019, pp. 53-58.
- Gronk and Willie Herrón. Black and White Mural, 1973. Located at 3221 Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA.
- Montoya, Malaquias, Viet Nam / Aztlan, 1973. Offset lithograph on paper. Smithsonian American Art Museum.
- Romero, Frank. Death of Rubén Salazar, 1986. Oil on canvas. Smithsonian American Art Museum.