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BLACK & BROWN SISTERS! WE ARE THE BACKBONE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT! ***** So much I want to say. 🪶 The children also took part and learn what community work looks like by doing the work. 🏾 ***** We also want to thank Los Brown Berets de Wisconsin for getting us around the events and the hospitality. This is what Carnalismo looks ...

The Brown Berets in Minnesota were a chapter of a national Chicano organization founded in Los Angeles in 1968. They emerged from the Mexican American barrio of Westside St. Paul and came together in 1969. Members took pride in their ethnic and racial identities as Chicanos while focusing on outreach to prevent Mexican American youth from …

Nationalism, Identity, and Insurgency in the Chicano movement in Los Angeles, 1966-1978 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002), 44; Dionne Espinoza, "'Revolutionary Sisters': Women's Solidarity and Collective Identification Among Chicana Brown Berets in East Los Angeles, 1967-1970, Aztlan 26, no. 1(2001): 17-58, 23.

Nationalism, Identity, and Insurgency in the Chicano movement in Los Angeles, 1966–1978 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002), 44; Dionne Espinoza, "'Revolutionary Sisters': Women's Solidarity and Collective Identification Among Chicana Brown Berets in East Los Angeles, 1967-1970, Aztly 26, no. 1(2001): 17-58, 23.

"Revolutionary Sisters": Women's Solidarity and Collective Identification among Chicana Brown Berets in East Los Angeles, 1967-1970 Dionne Espinoza ABSTRACT: I examine women's participation in the East Los Angeles chapter of the Brown Berets in order to unpack the dynamics ofwomen's inclusion and exclusion in an organization proclaiming a commitment to

Las Adelitas de Aztlán was a short-lived Mexican American civil rights organization that was created by Gloria Arellanes and Gracie and Hilda Reyes in 1970. Gloria Arellanes and Gracie and Hilda Reyes were all former members of the Brown Berets, another Mexican American Civil rights organization that had operated concurrently during the 1960s and 1970s in the …