‘La Raza’ Looks at the Chicano Movement Through the Lens of Publication’s Photojournalists

In the 1960s and 70s, “El Movimiento,” or the Chicano civil rights movement, took Los Angeles by storm, and La Raza was there to document every moment of it. After a decade of informing the community on important Chicano events, the paper retired, but their work lives on in a photographic exhibit at the Autry Museum of the American West. “You start off with a vision and you become a vision, and you become a voice.” Read more at Boyle Heights Beat.


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