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HIGHER EDUCATION
ARTICLES
CHICANOS
CULTURAL
CHICANO MOVEMENT
CHICANO ROCK
CHICANA CHICANO
CHICANO STUDENTS
MEXICAN AMERICAN
CHICANO STUDIES
TERM
STUDENT ORGANIZATION
ART
IDENTITY
AZTLAN
CHICANO POETRY
ACTIVISTS
DE AZTL AACUTE
CHICANO HISTORY
LIBERATION MOVEMENT
NATIONALIST
EL MOVIMIENTO
CHICANO
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Chicano"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Chicano is a state of mind, not a birthright.
  2. The term "Chicano" is also used to describe the artistic and literary movements that emerged with the Chicano Movement.
  3. Chicano is a cultural identity used primarily by people of Mexican descent in the United States.
  4. Chicano is a word in the process of being defined. (Web site)
  5. Chicano is another word for Mexican American.
  6. Chicano is the one unique word of the Mexican American people. (Web site)
  7. Chicano is the shortening of the word Mexicano and was coined in the US circa the early 1900s to identify Mexicanos escaping the Mexican Revolution of 1910. (Web site)
  8. This then changes the word "Chicano" to "Xicano".
  9. Chicano is the clearest expression of our particular place within the United States and our distinction from it.

Higher Education

  1. Political goals in any given situations must encompass the totality of Chicano interests in higher education. (Web site)
  2. The result of the weekend's activities was the creation of El Plan de Santa Barbara, a Chicano Plan for Higher Education.

Articles

  1. To combat ignorance in Mexican-American and Chicano related articles.
  2. So Cat:Chicano may be a good way to group non-biographical articles together.
  3. It excludes many autobiographies, but targets many articles affected by heavy POV.) To standardize articles on Mexican-American and Chicano subjects.

Chicanos

  1. As the title indicates, an interesting hodge-podge of Chicano folk culture.
  2. Rhetoric by some Chicano educators strongly suggest Communist or Socialist leanings. (Web site)
  3. Meanwhile the rest of the YCCA members also became more politicized after meeting other Chicano leaders like Cesar Chavez and Reies Tijerina.
  4. Citations found here can also be accessed through the Chicano Database (see section on databases above).

Cultural

  1. A Chicano ideology, especially as it involves cultural nationalism, should be positively phrased in the form of propositions to the Movement.
  2. Cultural nationalism is a means of total Chicano liberation.
  3. Culturally, the word Chicano, in the past a pejorative and class-bound adjective, has now become the root idea of a new cultural identity for our people. (Web site)
  4. Building on that cultural pride many responded by identifying themselves as Chicano. (Web site)

Chicano Movement

  1. Paired with the dissipation of militant political efforts of the Chicano movement in the 1960s was the emergence of the Chicano generation.
  2. There are many articles that need to be written (see the tasks list), and a long-term project goal is to elevate Chicano Movement to featured article status.
  3. The Brown Berets became leaders in the Chicano movement, mobilizing their neighbors for protest and action in the late 1960s and early 1970s. (Web site)

Chicano Rock

  1. There are two undercurrents in Chicano rock.
  2. Chicano punk is a branch of Chicano rock with bands like Los Illegals, The Brat, The Plugz and the Cruzados coming out of the punk scene in Los Angeles. (Web site)

Chicana Chicano

  1. We recognize that no one is born politically Chicana or Chicano. (Web site)
  2. The educational plight of Chicana and Chicano students continues to be ignored by insensitive administrators. (Web site)
  3. M.E.Ch.A. also supports Chicana and Chicano worker struggles to abolish economic and political exploitation. (Web site)

Chicano Students

  1. Function of M.E.Ch.A.- To the Student To socialize and politicize Chicano students of their particular campus to the ideals of the movement.
  2. Shortly, after this event, other Chicano students led “walk outs” all over the Southwest.
  3. The militant, separatist Chicano Student Movement of Atzlan (MEChA) has chapters at college and high school campuses across California and the Southwest.

Mexican American

  1. Chicanismo involves a crucial distinction in political consciousness between a Mexican American (or Hispanic) and a Chicano mentality. (Web site)
  2. In the late 1960's, he became a prominent political leader of the Chicano movement, a Mexican American civil rights campaign.
  3. Los Lobos Chicano rock or Latin rock is rock music performed by Mexican American groups or music with themes derived from Chicano culture. (Web site)

Chicano Studies

  1. Other achievements of such groups have been the establishment of bilingual education and Chicano studies programs in public schools. (Web site)
  2. This is a major organizing principle for courses recently developed in the Chicano Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley. (Web site)

Term

  1. The widespread use of the term Chicano today signals a rebirth of pride and confidence. (Web site)
  2. The term Chicano is also used to describe the literary, artistic, and musical movements that emerged with the Chicano Movement.
  3. Therefore the term Chicano is grounded in a philosophy, not a nationality. (Web site)
  4. In fact, most agree that Chicano is widely considered to be a positive term of honor by many.
  5. The term ---Chicano--- expresses the rejection of assimilation and of ---Anglo--- Culture. (Web site)

Student Organization

  1. The Chicano student organization in institutions of higher learning is central to all effective political mobilization. (Web site)
  2. UMAS was one of the first national Chicano student organizations with chapters all over the southwest.

Art

  1. The preferred media for Chicano art are murals and graphic arts.
  2. Rasquache art is a unique style subset of the Chicano Arts movement.
  3. Recently, someone created Category:Chicano, which I think may be helpful for Chicano- (politics, art, and culture) -related articles.
  4. Incisive essays by leading scholars describe the origins of Chicano art. (Web site)

Identity

  1. By entering a walk-in video theater, visitors learn of the complexity of the Chicano identity.
  2. Retention of Chicano identity and furthering of cultural awareness. (Web site)

Aztlan

  1. El Plan de Aztlan is an historical document of the Chicano movement. (Web site)
  2. As someone else mentioned, "Aztlan" and other Chicano-related groups are loaded with opportunists. (Web site)
  3. In May 1969, an attempt was made to unify all the student groups into one; the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MECHA) emerged from this effort.

Chicano Poetry

  1. Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales 's "Yo Soy Joaquin" is one of the first examples of Chicano poetry.
  2. Ortego recently completed an entry on “Chicano Poetry” for the Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry.

Activists

  1. Acosta defended various Chicano protest groups and activists such as the Saint Basil 21 and Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzalez. (Web site)
  2. Three Chicano activists were killed (two of them Brown Berets), including journalist Ruben Salazar.
  3. The commitment to a nationalist ideology allowed Chicano activists to supersede differences that threatened their unity. (Web site)
  4. The concept was also taken by the Chicano activists (some founded "La Raza Unida Party," go see the PBS series "Chicano" for more information. (Web site)

De Aztl Aacute

  1. These factors have made it necessary for Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán to affirm our philosophy of liberation (i.e. (Web site)
  2. Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.) is a student organization that promotes higher education, cultura, and historia. (Web site)

Chicano History

  1. Five Hundred Years of Chicano History is one text book used in over 300 schools in the Southwest. (Web site)
  2. Another conceptual border that has been crossed is that between Chicano literature and Chicano history.

Liberation Movement

  1. If the event is a symposium or speech or debate, is usually an excellent opportunity to spread the Chicano Liberation Movement philosophy. (Web site)
  2. San Diego 's Chicano Park, home to the largest collection of murals in the world, was created as an outgrowth of the city's political movement by Chicanos.
  3. Many of the essays tell of the early days of the Chicano movement in Texas, which Burciaga experienced as a child. (Web site)
  4. The authors also failed to see that the Chicano Movement (Chicanismo) was not, and never was, a narrowly defined group of people.
  5. In 1969, they were invited to be part of the first Chicano Youth Liberation Movement organized by Corky Gonzales in Denver, Colorado. (Web site)

Nationalist

  1. To actually pinpoint the exact location of the mythical land of "Aztlan" might produce further vindication to Chicano and Mexican nationalists.
  2. As Mechistas, we recognize that Chicano nationalist organizations based in the community are a logical extension of our Movement beyond our years in school. (Web site)

El Movimiento

  1. Chicano writers drew their inspiration from El Movimiento, the movement to increase pride in the Mexican heritage. (Web site)
  2. The Chicano identity evolved further when the formation of el Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA) occurred. (Web site)

Chicano

  1. Thus, the Chicano acts with confidence and with a range of alternatives in the political world. (Web site)
  2. When advantageous, political coalitions and alliances with non-Chicano groups may be considered. (Web site)
  3. Commitment to the struggle for Chicano liberation is the operative definition of the ideology used here. (Web site)
  4. Articles which are about the culture, history or other aspects of the Mexican-American experience are in Category:Chicano.
  5. They used Chicano to denote their rediscovered heritage, their youthful assertiveness, and their militant agenda.

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