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Subject a roll of film shot in 1970 - 1971 Camera hanimex Practica TL  Plus X

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1970 - April 1970 Denver youth Conference . Corky Gonzalez (photo not by me not on the roll)

The Meetings were Crusade for justice in Denver  or a Student mobilization committee Cleveland 1972

The Cars are Piedmont Mine was the MGA Scott in the GT 6+ Jim Anderson on the VW

Scott has a passenger it was Courtney Turman.

Recommend soundtrack Terry Riley Blue Anthem

Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1999 - 487 pages
This definitive account of the Chicano movement in 1960s Denver reveals the intolerance and brutality that inspired the turbulent rise of the urban Chicano organization known as the Crusade for Justice. Ernesto Vigil, an expert in the discourse of radical movements of this time, joined the Crusade as a young draft resister where he met Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales, the founder of the CFJ. Vigil follows the movement chronologically from Gonzales's early attempts to fight discrimination as a participant in local Democratic politics to his radical stance as an organizer outside mainstream politics.Drawing extensively upon FBI documentation that has become available under the Freedom of Information Act, Vigil exposes massive surveillance of the Crusade for Justice by federal agents and local police and the damaging effects of such methods on ethnic liberation movements. Vigil complements these documents and the story of Gonzales's development as a radical with the story of his personal involvement in the movement. The Crusade for Justice describes one of the most important organizations fighting for Chicano rights.

 

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