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East L.A. Thirteen
Published: 10 March 2016
... two court cases, the East L.A. Thirteen and the Biltmore Six, arguing that the defense strategy "unmapped" California's geography of racial segregation and class exclusion in order to regraph the geo of the Southwest as the political space of belonging for Mexican Americans and other disempowered...
Published: 23 May 2007
... Los Angeles and elsewhere also help to fashion Mexican racial identity and Chicanoness. Many activists, including those involved in a key trial known as the East L.A. Thirteen, argued in court that because Mexicans were nonwhite they su√ered discrimination. As the analyst Ian Haney...
Published: 23 May 2007
... government ser- vices and, 192; border crossings and, East L.A. Thirteen trial, 331–32n3 201–4; childbirth, 188; childcare, economic aspects of migration, 27–28, 195–99; child labor, 179...
Published: 27 September 2002
... leading youth series on public access television. Through its international program, Appendix 213 gap has produced videos with young people in Croatia, Ghana, Guate- mala, the Middle East, and Northern Ireland. gURL 1440 Broadway, 21st ﬂoor New...
Book: Goth: Undead Subculture
Published: 21 March 2007
... appealing location for subcultures, as it has a strong and varied music and club scene and, in comparison to other large cities, cheap housing can still be found. Los Angeles was a mecca for punk in the late 1970s, with L.A. punks developing their own fashion and music separate from the imported U.K...
Published: 03 August 2011
... the ambivalent moral ediﬁce of Zeta’s subjectivity. Another such moment of ambivalence emerges exactly around Zeta’s involvement with the East Los Angeles Chicano Moratorium rally of 1970. After a series of victories, including successfully defending the East L.A. Thirteen for their...
Published: 10 May 2006
.... And there was a kind of museum between 1666 and 1671 in the Gallery of Ambassadors, which contained a copy of the Car- racci ceiling in the French academy in Rome and some Italian paintings. But this arrangement was ephemeral—and the king did not display his newly acquired thirteen Poussins.28 The...
Published: 01 January 2009
... Mexican Americans in early twentieth-century Los Angeles, see Escobar, Race, Police, and the Making of a Political Identity; Molina, Notes to Introduction 151 Fit to Be Citzens?; Romo, East Los Angeles; and Sánchez, Becoming Mexican...
Published: 04 April 2007
... ‘‘Aku Bertemu ‘Kucing’ Brengsek di ‘L.A.’ ’’ [I Met a Bad ‘Cat’ at ‘L.A GAYa Nusantara 82:43–48. Al Qurthuby, Sumanto Adib, and M. Kholidul, et al., eds. 2004 ‘‘Indahnya Kawin Sesama Jenis’’ [The Beauty of Same-Sex Marriage]. Justisia 25:1. Althusser, Louis 1971...
Published: 03 April 2006
..., and neigh- borhood conditions. The areas to the north and east contained the Lower East Side, which historically has housed the city’s immigrants and working classes. The Lower East Side remains a predominately low-income and working-class neighborhood with large numbers of Latinos, some African...
Published: 10 August 2011
... was a thirteen- week week was PBSa thirteen- series on the history of...
Published: 10 October 2006
... American labor history. Most crucially, it generated social activism in barrios across the state. East Los Angeles, home to one of the largest Spanish-speaking communities in the world, became a center of this activity.∑ Chicanos there su√ered from police brutality and widespread discrimination in...
Published: 06 April 2012
... at house parties produced by groups of local teens. The backyard party scene in particular, with its queer variant known as T-parties, took place throughout the southern California region in Orange County, the Inland Empire, the San Gabriel Valley, and South and East L.A. Its more hetero...
Published: 04 April 2008
... des extrèmes,” in “Sur le pas de Segalen,” Cahiers du Sud, no. 228 (1948): 5. 3 R. J. Smith, “Music out of the Moon,” L.A. Weekly, July 14–20, 1995. 4 R. Leydi, L’altra musica (Florence: Giunti Ricordi, 1991), 232. 5 Edward Said, Orientalism (New York: Vintage Books, 1979), 1. 6...
Published: 22 May 2012
..., thirteen years old, that ain’t possible. And he’s a rapper. nataliE: So how does this come back to go- go? ron: I’m about to come back to it. Ima flip all this shit around in one second. Like Li’l Wayne. They reppin’ Bloods [gang] now. You look at the videos, they reppin’ that red. You got people...
Published: 21 October 2008
... all had our heroes in the barrio, but when they were able to get acceptance out of the barrio, that was the ultimate. —Rudy Salas, quoted in Don Snowden, ‘‘The Sound of East L.A., 1964 Los Angeles Times, October 28, 1984 I like to expand the—stretch out the song. What I like to do is, when I...
Published: 21 October 2008
... vigilantes and military personnel from nearby bases joined the fray, as the Anglo mobs took ‘‘taxi-cab brigades’’ to hunt for Mexicans in Boyle Heights, and along Whittier Boulevard into East Los Angeles. By the ﬁfth day, some even took the streetcars into Watts, looking for black and brown youths.Ω As a...
Published: 01 August 2012
...introduction In 2000 the East West Players (ewp) in Los Angeles produced the Korean American playwright Euijoon Kim’s new play My Tired Broke Ass Pontificat- ing Slapstick Funk, which represented a new direction for the ewp. As the pre- mier Asian American theater company, ewp was known...
Published: 01 January 1992
.... The "Made in U.S.A." exhibit which in 1987 worked its way back east from the West essentially celebrated a now long-gone America before its "fall" in the 1970s-Vietnam, Watergate, and the oil crisis. Even so, the display had a remarkably dead, museumological quality to it inasmuch as the...
Published: 01 January 2012
... perspective, Hiemenz observed, “No- body, not even Bowie, has ever toured Japan with a set. Bringing it over in a 707 freighter has cost $80,000. Add to that the expense of bringing along thirteen crew members, ten executive staff members, and eleven journal- ists and what you...