Editor/founder of Somos en escrito, the online Latino literary magazine (2009 to present)
Professor (part time)in Collegiate Seminar Program, St. Mary's College, Moraga, CA (1989 to present)
Coordinator, Interactive Theater Program, St. Mary's College, Moraga, CA (2010 to 2013)
Author, Chicano Manifesto, 1971
Author, Up to Earth, An Ecopoesy Chapbook,Palibrio Press, 2013
Born in San Antonio, Texas; reside near Berkeley, California
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By Armando Rendon
Published: May 27, 2013.
Historical and personal account of how, where and why the Chicano Movement began in the 1960s in the USA. Traces the beginnings of social justice actions by activists in various regions. Identifies and explains the key social and political concepts which drove the Movement such as Aztlan, la raza unida, land rights and Brown Power, as well as introduces its major leaders.
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