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Rosalio Muñoz makes a statement to the press outside the U.S. Armed Forces Office after he refuses induction and the draft to the Vietnam War, Los Angeles, September 16, 1969.

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Rosalio Muñoz (center) speaks at a press conference in East Los Angeles, California, on September 1, 1970. He sits center table between two individuals, with a group of Chicano community members behind him and in the forefront microphones, cameras,…

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Protesters with the banner "We Will Not Be Intimidated" at the Marcha Por La Justicia rally at Belvedere Park. Other protest signs read "MECHA Nogales Con Los Ideales De Zapata" and "Marcha de la Justicia" along with a poster with the Virgen de…

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This photograph was taken on December 19, 1969 outside of a Safeway supermarket in Seattle, Washington. Chavez is the central figure in the photo: the man in a plaid jacket holding the “Don’t Buy California Grapes” sign. A strike by workers and a…

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Nearly two full years before the walkouts, eighteen demonstrators picketed in front of Lincoln High School in 1966 to protest against the lack of counseling services and educational opportunities for Latino students.

Original book cover for Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales' epic poem, I Am Joaquin, published in 1969.

Romero memorializes Rubén Salazar, a Los Angeles Times journalist and key chronicler of the Chicano civil rights movement. After covering the Chicano Moratorium of 1970, an anti-Vietnam War demonstration, Salazar stopped at the Silver Dollar Café in…

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A letter of resignation from all the ex-members of the Brown Beret female segment to Aron Mangancilla, Minister of Education of the Brown Beret Organization.

Buttons and newspaper clippings from Gloria Arrellanes' papers at California State University, Los Angeles. Includes poem, La Causa patch, Chicano moratorium button, red Che button, and box clipping on the Poor Peoples March.

Photograph of El Barrio Free Clinic poster.

Handwritten flyer for Las Adelitas de Aztlán.

Photo Strip of Gloria Arellanes wearing her Brown Beret.

Image of female Brown Berets

La Causa Newspaper piece titled, "Palabras Para La Chicana" written by Gloria Arellanes

A page from the Brown Berets newspaper, La Causa, on the Brown Berets free medical clinic.

Four Brown Berets leaders, Fred Lopez, David Sanchez, Carlos Montes and Ralph Ramirez in Los Angeles, Calif., 1968

Section taken from La Causa newspaper on the Brown Berets Ten Point Program

Image of Hilda Reyes a member of the Brown Berets

This image is of the first Chicano Moratorium protest, in East Los Angeles, on December 20, 1969. It was organized by the National Brown Beret Organization. It was advertised in Volume 1, Number 1 of the La Raza Magazine. People in the image include…

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A member of the Brown Beret standing with a member of the Black Panther Party on steps in front of and leading up to the Alameda Courthouse, 1968.

Female Brown Beret holding a banner with her right arm across her chest.

Richard Cruz, leader of Catolicos Por La Raza, speaks to protesters at a demonstration against police brutality in front of the LASD East Los Angeles Station.

The emblem and one of the official logos of California State University, Fullerton (CSUF).

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The official logo for the Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

The official logo for Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program (MMUF) and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which supports the MMUF.

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The official logo for UCLA campus from UCLA Strategic and Communications branding.

Boy holds the sign "Stop Police Brutality" at a rally against police brutality at Roosevelt Park in Flo

Protesters marching on Whittier Boulevard during the National Chicano Moratorium.

A Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD) vehicle burning during the National Chicano Moratorium.

Demonstrators marchi with Nationa Chicano Mortorium August 29 banner (marching left to right). Police vehicle forefront of image right, bottom corner. Standard Station and Brandy's Coffee Shop in the background, image top right.

Man, in short sleeve shirt and tie with jacket over his left shoulder, stands frame center, walking through demonstrator crowd. In the background image left there is a pick up truck with photographers and background image irght is Standard Station.

In crowd of demonstrators marching past Standard Station, man with mexican flag, man and child on motorcycle, and filmographer with camera, center frame.

Demonstrators gathering at intersection in front of Standard Station.

Young man holding sign "Mexico! Defiende a tu Raza! Pidele a Ordaz la libertad de los estudiantes presos desde October 3, 1968, en Lecumberri" within marching crowd at National Chicano Moratorium.

Participants standing on Whittier Blvd and Ford Blvd intersection. A woman stands on the left wearing a white dress, sandals, and a black hat.

Demonstrators at the intersection of Whittier Blvd and Ford Blvd. Woman on the left holding a United Farmworkers flag. Standard gas station and Brand's Coffee shop located across the street.

Participants of march to Laguna Park at the Whittier Blvd and Ford Blvd intersection. Standard gas station on the far left.

Center image, in front of demonstrators marching, young man raising flag high in the air, yelling. Location: United California Bank (UCB).

A group of people on the sidewalk on Whittier Blvd. watched the parade of people walking towards Laguna Park. On the left is a theater sign showing a film called A Man Called Horse featuring actor Henry Ford.

Demonstrators on top of a brick building. A man on the building held a camera pointed toward the crowd below. Children sat on the ledge looking at the group of people below.

Participants of the march to Laguna Park hold signs. One sign states " we want sons not heroes" in protest of the Vietnam War. A woman wearing a short-sleeved polka dot shirt smokes a cigarette during the march.

Participants of the march on Whittier Blvd passing Gold's clothing and jewelry shop and Judson's. A banner of MECHA and a portrait of Mexican political figure Emiliano Zapata.

A group of demonstrators crowded together on Whittier Blvd. A man wearing shades and a white shirt shooting video of the march on Whittier Blvd. Beside him are three people taking photographs of the march.

The march on Whittier Blvd. to Laguna Park. Two Los Angeles County Sheriff buses and a LA County Sheriff car lead a line of cars caravaning towards the park. A middle-aged man on the far left wears glasses, a white shirt, and trousers.

Demonstrators gathered at Laguna Park some holding signs and others sitting on the grass. One sign that is held up visibly states "Mask Racism: The Bosses Tool".
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