October 18, 2014
"EL PASO’S SECOND WARD, A CHICANO NEIGHBORHOOD"
Danny Lyon, 1942-, Photographer (NARA record: 1709309) (July, 1972)

"EL PASO’S SECOND WARD, A CHICANO NEIGHBORHOOD"
Danny Lyon, 1942-, Photographer (NARA record: 1709309)

(July, 1972)

October 13, 2014
"Native American and Chicano students protest the 500th anniversary of Columbus landing in the Americas." University of Wisconsin, October 12, 1992

http://archives.library.wisc.edu/uw-archives/exhibits/protests/1990s.html

"Native American and Chicano students protest the 500th anniversary of Columbus landing in the Americas." University of Wisconsin, October 12, 1992

http://archives.library.wisc.edu/uw-archives/exhibits/protests/1990s.html

October 10, 2014
Mexican American family picks walnuts in Gilroy (Calif.)
Some children, like Jose Villa, still accompany their parents to the fields, either because the family can not get by without their help or because there is no child care available. Jose, 4, below, stays close as his family picks walnuts in Gilroy
Los Angeles Times (Firm), Publisher
Corrales, Rick, Photographer
Date:
August 10, 1983
Contributing Institution:
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library

Mexican American family picks walnuts in Gilroy (Calif.)
Some children, like Jose Villa, still accompany their parents to the fields, either because the family can not get by without their help or because there is no child care available. Jose, 4, below, stays close as his family picks walnuts in Gilroy
Los Angeles Times (Firm), Publisher
Corrales, Rick, Photographer
Date:
August 10, 1983
Contributing Institution:
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library

October 8, 2014
From American Holocaust by David Stannard.

From American Holocaust by David Stannard.

October 5, 2014
Striking workers and families arriving in Mexico City after a 50-day, 820 mile hunger march from Nueva Rosita Coahuila, 1951.

Striking workers and families arriving in Mexico City after a 50-day, 820 mile hunger march from Nueva Rosita Coahuila, 1951.

October 3, 2014
"Yaqui Indian Uprising" - New York Times, May 5, 1893

"Yaqui Indian Uprising" - New York Times, May 5, 1893

September 30, 2014
Chicano Movement poet Alurista

Chicano Movement poet Alurista

September 27, 2014
Mexican woman arranging things in her shack home. San Antonio, Texas. March 1939. Photo by: Russell Lee.

Mexican woman arranging things in her shack home. San Antonio, Texas. March 1939. Photo by: Russell Lee.

September 22, 2014
"Mexicans entering the United States. United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas" Photo by Dorothea Lange (June, 1938) (Library of Congress)

"Mexicans entering the United States. United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas" Photo by Dorothea Lange (June, 1938)

(Library of Congress)

September 17, 2014
El Chicano “Cinco” Album Cover (1974)

El Chicano “Cinco” Album Cover (1974)

September 17, 2014
"Maria Gonzalez and Soldaderas" 
The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, [image number, e.g., 00199], courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin. (Circa 1910-1920)

"Maria Gonzalez and Soldaderas"
The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, [image number, e.g., 00199], courtesy of The Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin. (Circa 1910-1920)

September 17, 2014
"Children at Oregon Migrant Labor Camp, November 4, 1961" photo by Chuck Van Wold

"Children at Oregon Migrant Labor Camp, November 4, 1961" photo by Chuck Van Wold

August 11, 2014
Teatro Libertad - Tucson, Arizona

Teatro Libertad - Tucson, Arizona

August 4, 2014
Courtesy of Wayne State University Farm Workers Archive (circa 1971)

Courtesy of Wayne State University Farm Workers Archive (circa 1971)

July 22, 2014
CREDIT: “This old photograph is part of Mexican Americans’ history in Nebraska. Here, a visiting nurse poses with Mexican children in 1922.” Photo courtesy of the Nebraska State Historical Society, for “Nuestros Tesoros: A Celebration of Nebraska Mexican Heritage,” a Nebraska Local Legacies project

CREDIT: “This old photograph is part of Mexican Americans’ history in Nebraska. Here, a visiting nurse poses with Mexican children in 1922.” Photo courtesy of the Nebraska State Historical Society, for “Nuestros Tesoros: A Celebration of Nebraska Mexican Heritage,” a Nebraska Local Legacies project