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A groundbreaking Chicano series, stored 50 years in a garage, reemerges

“Chicano I & II” episodes were put together by professors, historians and experts — many of them founders of their universities’ Chicano studies departments, including UCLA, Stanford, San Jose State and San Fernando Valley State College (now Cal State Northridge). Among the topics they examined were the history of migrant workers and Chicano labor activities, economic repression and education inequality, as well as the many cultural and other contributions of their Mexican ancestors to the Western world,

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2021-11-07/chicano-mexican-heritage-tv-series-preserved-usc-school-of-cinematic-arts

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