Celebrating the History of The Chicano Movement

The Chicano civil rights movement, commonly known as el movimiento (“the movement”) or la causa (“the cause”), is the name given to the radical social justice activism within the Mexican American community beginning in the 1960s and ending in the early 1980s. During this period, various organizations and individuals throughout North America struggled for self-determination, equal rights, and economic equality.

The Latino American Experience provides the scholarship integral to research in ethnic studies, American history, and related fields. Elevate your teaching and research with this curated collection of primary sources, reference articles, an eBook, and more honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month.


Primary Sources

Academic Round Table + eBook

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