The Story of the Movimiento, an exhibit at the East LA Library Chicano Resource Center

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Courtesy of Rosalio Munoz

Courtesy of Rosalio Munoz

Ongoing: The Story of the Movimiento, an exhibit at the East LA Library Chicano Resource Center. Classic Chicana/Chicano history photographs, cartoons, newspaper pages & art tell the stories of key  “movimiento” events: the 1968 East Los Angeles high school walkouts, August 29, 1970 National Chicano Moratorium, and the emergence of the Immigrant Rights movement 1968-1972. On exhibit through end of Nov. Library is located in the East LA Civic Center, 4837 E. 3rd St. LA 90022. Center is open to the public Monday, Wednesday from 1-8pm, & Friday-Sunday 1-4pm. For more  information, call (323) 261-4155. Pictured: Student views exhibit on 1968 Chicano Walkout leader and teacher Sal Castro; Section on Sal Castro, visitor discuss section on the walkouts.

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