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The images depicted may be difficult to see. They depict the hardships and violence that Chicanós and BIPOC individual faced in the fight for a better life. On August 29th, 1970 a march took place to support the end of the war in Vietnam, freeing of political prisoners, and providing an opportunity for solidarity. The editors and writers of El Malcriado recognized all injustices that directly impacted the wellbeing of their communities.
Moratorium, police, riots, violence, violencia, arrests, deaths, Salazar, Gonzales
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
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"Moratorium Police Riot: Disturbios Policiales de Moratoria" (1970). Subjects. 46.