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    • Rev Joseph C. Hart

    • Reverend Joseph Hart, a Mexican-American, embraces a woman in Denver, Colorado.
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    • [between 1965 and 1970?]
    • Flamenco dancer

    • A Mexican-American woman dances at Civic Center, in Denver, Colorado; she wears taffeta skirts and holds castanets.
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    • [between 1965 and 1970?]
    • Bullfighter

    • A Mexican-American man dances at Civic Center, in Denver, Colorado; he wears a bullfighter costume and twirls a cape. People look on.
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    • [between 1965 and 1970?]
    • Bernard Valdez - Denver Official

    • Bernard Valdez, a Spanish American employee of the Colorado Welfare Department, poses in Denver, Colorado, by charts and graphs with titles: "Aid to Dependent Children," and "Aid to the Needy Disabled."
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    • 1965 February 7
    • Mex. Indep. Day

    • Chicano men and women and an African-American man participate in a march to commemorate Mexican Independence Day on 32nd (Thirty-second) Avenue at Zuni Street in Denver, Colorado. Some of the marchers wear straw sombreros.
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    • 1969 September 16
    • Mexican Independence Day, 1968

    • A group of six men and women pose for a group photo. Two men and two women are dressed in dancers costumes in celebration of Mexican Independence day. The men wear sombreros and charros or horseman's costumes. The women wear multi-color skirts...
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    • 1968
    • Corky Gonzales

    • Mexican American Rodolpho "Corky" Gonzales, Mexican American activist and founder of the Crusade for Justice, addresses a crowd in probably Denver, Colorado. He holds a microphone and wears a pendant. A man in a large straw sombrero stands nearby.
    • Gordon, John.
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    • Members of the Crusade for Justice picket Denver post office

    • Spanish American men and women protest by a marble ram sculpture at the United States Post Office in Denver, Colorado. Picket signs read: "Mexican-Amer. Suffers Under Double Standards," "The Post Office Practices Discrimination Against Mexicans,"...
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    • February 4, 1969
    • Denver Community Development Corp.

    • Louis Ramirez seated next to Art Lujan and Tom Martinez speaks at a meeting of the Denver Community Development Corporation in Denver, Colorado.
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Check to Centro Cultural

    • Centro Cultural treasurer, Edward Lucero stands and holds a large sized check with Miss Charletta Espinoza and Centro director Gil Martinez. The check is Centro Cultural's share to meet a matching grant from the Colorado Council on the Arts and...
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    • 1968 October 21
    • Centro Cultural festival & grand opening at 935 W. 11th Ave.

    • A crowd celebrates at the festival and grand opening of Centro Cultural located at 935 West 11th (Eleventh) Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Shows a ring toss game and booths in front of the Centro Cultural building.
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    • 1969 May 4
    • Cecil Hernandez of Mastercraft Kitchens

    • Cecil Hernandez of Mastercraft Kitchens (on the left) receives the keys, from Charles R. Babb, to a new one million dollar plant for the company. Charles R. Babb is the vice-president of the Montbello Industrial park in northeast Denver, Colorado....
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    • 1969
    • Nun hears migrant problems

    • A nun seated on the edge of a bed listens to an unidentified migrant worker. A man and a young boy, lying in a bed behind her, look on.
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    • 1971
    • Celebration of Mexican National Day

    • Mexican Americans march down 15th (Fifteenth) Street in Denver, Colorado in celebration of Mexican National Day. A group rides on a float in the middle of the crowd. The Colorado State Capitol Building is in the background.
    • Schieltz, Melvyn E.
    • 1969 September 16
    • Two women and two men

    • Two women and two men sit at a table as one man speaks into a microphone.
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Chicano leaders

    • Leaders seated at the table include Joe Gonzales, Geraldine Gonzales, Nita Gonzales and John Haro speaking into a microphone. The two women wear buttons that have a photo of Chicano civil rights leader Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales. Standing behind the...
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Unidentified woman

    • A photo of a woman as she speaks into a microphone. This may be Patricia Borjon-Lopez, an activist, at the National Chicano Youth Liberation Conference.
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Celebration of Mexican National Day

    • A large crowd gathers in Denver, Colorado in celebration of Mexican National Day, September 16, 1969. Banners reads: "La Huelca Del Mundo Ya Basta Raza" and "SDS? supports Chicano Liberation".
    • Gordon, John.
    • 1969 September 16
    • Denver youngsters rehearse at Centro Cultural for Los Posadas

    • A group of young Chicano children rehearse for Los Posadas, a traditional Mexican Advent Christmas celebration, at the Centro Cultural. Some of the Mexican American children are dressed in ponchos and sombreros. Two boys and one girl stand in front...
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    • 1969
    • Mexican American family

    • A Mexican American family poses outside of their home in Denver, Colorado. The address on the front of the house reads: "312".
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Group under tree at festival

    • A Mexican American man seated under a tree with a group of women and children plays a guitar. He wears a sombrero. A young African American girl is seated on the legs of a Mexican American woman.
    • Anderson, John, photographer.
    • August 1968

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