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The Brown Berets (Los Boinas Cafés) are a pro Chicano organization that emerged during the Chicano Movement in the late 1960s co founded by David Sanchez and Carlos Montes, and remains active to the present day. The group was seen as part of the Third World Liberation Front.The Brown Berets' movements largely revolved around farmworkers' struggles, educational reform, and opposition to the ...
The History and Goals of the Chicano Movement
Two female Brown Berets, a Chicano activist group, stand together in matching uniforms. David Fenton Getty Images. Other activist groups of note included the Brown Berets and the Young Lords, which was made up of Puerto Ricans in Chicago and New York. Both groups mirrored the Black Panthers in militancy.
Chicano Movements Mapping American Social Movements
In the barrios of Los Angeles, Chicano youth founded the Brown Berets in 1967, modeled after the Black Panther Party. The organization was dedicated to combatting police brutality and racism but some chapters also demanded education, job, and housing equality. By 1969, ...
The Brown Berets helped organize the Chicano Blowouts of 1968 and the national Chicano Moratorium, which protested the high rate of Chicano casualties in the Vietnam War. Continued police harassment, infiltration by federal agents provacateur via COINTELPRO , and internal disputes led to the decline and disbandment of the Berets in 1972.
Chicano! A History of the Mexican American Civil Rights ...
Chicano! is very good at explaining the plight of Mexican Americans historically and during the Chicano Movement. The series provides a keen sense of what it was like to have brown skin in the 1960s. One interviewee, for example, remembers that farm workers were thought of as ignorant, lazy, stupid, and dirty.
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