Sunday February 26, 2012, La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, 501 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-2828: Historic formal apology ceremony and plaque installation to survivors and or family members of the 1930s Mexican American deportations
and repatriation which is part of Calif. . . . → Read More: Historic formal apology Ceremony For the 1930s Mexican American Deportations
Through Praxedis, Emilio became deeply involved in the revolutionary activities of the Partido Liberal Mexicano. The PLM was a political party dedicated to establishing a society based on economic equality, workers rights and self-determination. The PLM was founded and led by Ricardo Flores Magon.
. . . → Read More: Video – Ricardo Flores Magon and the PLM
Site of Treaty
Albert Camarillo, PhD, Historical Consultant for Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles has written in his groundbreaking history book, Chicanos in a Changing Society: “The search by Americans for their ethnic, cultural, and family roots has become especially prevalent . . . → Read More: The Treaty That Changed California