A documentary series that chronicles the history and experiences of Latinos, the largest minority group in the U.S.
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Details the creation of the proud “Chicano” identity
Takes viewers through the past 30 years of immigration and transformation
Latino Americans serve their country during WWII but still face discrimination at home.
Highlights the swelling immigration from Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic
Education of Latino Youth should be the concern of all Americans.
Dolores Huerta, along with Cesar Chavez co-founded the United Farm Workers
In 1968 Sal Castro organized the East Los Angeles high school walkouts
Caesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta lead the farmworkers strike in California
From Cuba a second wave of refugees to United States – the Mariel exodus – floods Miami
Service during the war allows Latinos to make unprecedented gains in civil rights
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