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    • Ballet Chicano de Aztlán

    • Teenage boys and girls, members of the Ballet Chicano de Aztlán, a Chicano dance troop and part of the Crusade for Justice, dance in Mexican costumes on a stage, in front of a painted drop in Denver, Colorado. The girls wear print dresses...
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    • [1970]
    • Ballet Chicano de Aztlán

    • Teenage girls, members of the Ballet Chicano de Aztlán, a Chicano dance troop and part of the Crusade for Justice, dance in Mexican costumes on a stage, in front of a painted drop in Denver, Colorado. The girls wear white blouses, long print...
    •  
    • [1970]
    • Ballet Chicano de Aztlán

    • Teenage boys and girls, members of the Ballet Chicano de Aztlán, a Chicano dance troop and part of the Crusade for Justice, dance in Mexican costumes on a stage, in front of a painted drop in Denver, Colorado. The boys stand behind the girls, they...
    •  
    • [1970]
    • Ballet Chicano de Aztlán

    • Teenage girls, members of the Ballet Chicano de Aztlán, a Chicano dance troop and part of the Crusade for Justice, dance in Mexican costumes on a stage, in front of a painted drop in Denver, Colorado. The girls are in two rows, the front row...
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    • [1970]
    • Ramon Del Castillo

    • Ramon Del Castillo, a professor of Chicano studies at Metropolitan State College of Denver and a well-known Chicano poet, recites his poem "Bato Loco" for a class in Denver, Colorado. He has a beard and wears eyeglasses.
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    • [2004]
    • Chicano theater group

    • Members of a Chicano theater group identified as the National Chicano Theater, directed by Enrique Montano, pose on a rise looking over the skyline of Denver, Colorado. They lean against or stand near two automobiles from the 1940's. The men are...
    • Salazar, Daniel.
    • [1981?]
    • Chicano theater group

    • Members of a Chicano theater group identified as the National Chicano Theater, directed by Enrique Montano, stand on a stage in an unidentified theater in Denver, Colorado. The young men and women have their legs spread, their arms raised and...
    • Salazar, Daniel.
    • [1981?]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 7 No 10

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1971 February
    • Chicano student

    • A young Chicano boy reads aloud from a text on his desk, probably Colorado. The words "Chicano Power" are written on the cracked wall behind him.
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    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • Founding members of Chicano Humanities and Arts Council

    • The founding members of Chicano Humanities & Arts Council (CHAC), pose in front of paintings and drawings in Denver, Colorado. The artists are identified Left to right: Jerry Jaramillo, Al Sanchez, Stevon Lucero, and Carlos Sandoval.
    • Garcia, Shannon.
    • [2009?]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 7 No 5

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1970 September
    • Ramon Del Castillo at Santa Anna Fiesta

    • Ramon Del Castillo, a professor of Chicano studies at Metropolitan State College of Denver and a well known Chicano poet, plays hand drums with an unidentified musician group at the Santa Anna Fiesta in San Luis (Costilla County), Colorado. He...
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    • [2001]
    • Emanuel Martinez and statue of veteran

    • Sculptor Eduardo Martinez poses in his studio beside the clay model for his oversized bronze sculpture of Joe P. Martinez, the first Hispanic to receive a Congressional Medal of Honor in World War II. The sculpture was a commission for the grounds...
    • Garcia, Shannon.
    • [2006?]
    • Denver minority groups and race relations

    • Mexican American protesters in Denver, Colorado hold a picket sign that reads: "We need A Chicano Principal, We Need More Chicano Teachers."
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    • [between 1967 and 1972?]
    • Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado and Lola Estrada Delgado

    • Portrait of Chicano poet Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado and his wife, Lola Estrada Delgado of Denver, Colorado. They sit on a love seat in their living room and hold their wedding portrait. Abelardo wears a mustache.
    • Salazar, Daniel.
    • [1981?]
    • Chicano band, Brown Obsidian

    • Members of the Chicano band, Brown Obsidian pose outdoors in Denver, Colorado. They are identified: Top left to right: Ron Rico with the sax, in front of him is Ramon Del Castillo with maracas, Geno Vigil, Jerry Jaron with his guitar, and Manny...
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    • [2004]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 7 No 9

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1971 January
    • West Side Recorder Volume 5 No 9

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1969 March
    • Monte Perez, Chicano leader

    • A crowd of men and women listen to Monte Perez as he speaks into a microphone at a community gathering, probably Colorado.
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    • 1971 July 21
    • Chicano leaders

    • Leaders seated at the table include Joe Gonzales, Geraldine Gonzales, Nita Gonzales and John Haro speaking into a microphone. The two women wear buttons that have a photo of Chicano civil rights leader Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales. Standing behind the...
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Migrants giving demands

    • Lawyer Jonathan "Skip" Chase and Migrants in Action members Leonel Sanchez and Gregorio Salazar participate in a press conference during a protest over migrant workers' living conditions near Fort Lupton (Weld County), Colorado. Banners on the wall...
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    • 1969
    • Pinata party

    • A boy in a blindfold swings a stick at a pinata in Denver, Colorado; Chicano boys and girls look on.
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    • [between 1970 and 1980?]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 6 No 6

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1969 October
    • Mex. Indep. Day

    • Chicano men and women and an African-American man participate in a march to commemorate Mexican Independence Day on 32nd (Thirty-second) Avenue at Zuni Street in Denver, Colorado. Some of the marchers wear straw sombreros.
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    • 1969 September 16
    • Auraria Remembered

    • Oral history of former residents of the Westside neighborhood that were displaced by the building of the Auraria Higher Education Center in the 1970s.
    • Source unknown
    • 1991
    • March, Cesar Chavez Day

    • View of marchers led by Ramon Del Castillo, Chicano poet and educator, he carries a banner with the Virgin of Guadalupe as they celebrate the first Colorado Cesar Chavez Day in Denver, Colorado.
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    • [2001]
    • Rich Castro and Pat Schroeder

    • State Representative Rich Castro and United States Congresswoman Pat Schroeder pose outside the Colorado State Capitol building in Denver, Colorado. Rich Castro wears a suit and tie and Congresswoman Schroeder wears a suit and an overcoat. She has...
    • Garcia, Shannon.
    • [between 1983 and 1985?]
    • Playwright Daniel Valdez, mother and friends

    • Chicano playwright, actor and musician Daniel Valdez poses with his elderly mother, Estevan Flores and Celia Flores. Estevan Flores wears a coat and tie and Celia Flores wears eyeglasses.
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    • 2005.]
    • King Crack

    • Ramon Del Castillo, a poet and professor of Chicano Studies at Metropolitan State College performs a poetry reading titled: "Vato Loco Presents: King Crack," in Denver, Colorado. He wears a full length coat, a hood and gloves. His face is painted...
    • Del Castillo, Ramon, 1949-
    • [2005?]
    • Nun hears migrant problems

    • A nun seated on the edge of a bed listens to an unidentified migrant worker. A man and a young boy, lying in a bed behind her, look on.
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    • 1971
    • Architectural field survey #25

    • View of an abandoned house at 918 29th (Twenty-ninth) Street in the Five Points (Curtis Park) neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The house has boarded up windows and decorative trim. Graffiti on the house reads: "Love" and "Chicano Power."
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    • [1976]
    • Westside Neighborhood Plan

    • Addition to Denver City's plan for the development of the Westside project
    • Source unknown
    • 1982
    • John Flores

    • Painter John Flores, a Chicano artist from Denver, Colorado, poses with paint brushes as he works on a painting.
    • Garcia, Shannon.
    • 1991

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