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The Chicano/Mexican Moratorium
Maker: Artist Unknown
Date Made: 1982
Place Made: United States: California, San Francisco
Measurements: 57.5 cm x 44.5 cm; 22 5/8 in x 17 1/2 in
Main Subject: Chicano/Latino
Materials: paper (fiber product)
The Chicano/Mexican Moratorium August 29, 1982 "Chale No, We Won't Go!" El Pueblo Unido! Aztlan No To Intervention Rios Montt U.S. Begin Capitalism Self-Determination Duarte Big Mountain Mexico Mid. East [sic: Middle East] Africa Cuba P.R. [sic: Puerto Rico] Palestine Lebanon Guatemala Central Am [sic: Central America] Jobs, Education and Self-Education Sunday, August 29th, 1992 Mission Dolores Park 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. S.F. Mime Troupe "Factowino vs. Armageddoman" For Booth and Table Reservations Call: 821-8345 & 282-3211 August 29, 1970 is the day commemorating the "National Chicano Moratorium," the day when over 20,000 Chicano-Mexicanos and Latinos said "Ya Basta," enough to the war in Vietnam. This is a day to memorialize our heroes and those who have given their lives for our struggle. Sponsoring organizations: American Indian Movement, All Peoples Congress, Barrio Expression-cable TV Hayward, Committee to Stop the labeling of Raza Youth-Hayward, Draft Information Alliance, El Dorado Distributors, Frente Unido Salvadoreño, La Clínica de la Raza-Oalkand, La Raza Centro Legal, La Raza Draft Counseling Ctr. Oakland, La Raza Legal Alliance, Centro Legal de la Raza-Oakland, La Raza Unida Party, Mission Cultural Center, Real Alternatives Program, La Raza Lawyers Association, La Raza Graphics, SF, Veterans for Draft Resisters. [partial list]. Labor Donated No Draft, No War From Lebanon to El Salvador!
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"Chale No" is slang for "Hell No" or "Fuck No"
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