The Myth Of The Chicano Movements

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The Chicano movements were not primitive. Instead they were movements that protested the inequalities and treatment of their people like they did not matter. These movements then attracted police brutality on the people though this violence always been justified like an effort to liberate the people from the tranny of the Mexicans. None of this is true, however. Accuna thus looks to deconstruct the myth that the Hispanics were any primitive or wild or that they could not govern themselves (Acuna, n.p). These were only reasons that America gave to take control of their spaces. Unfortunately the stereotypes have stuck up to date. The historical origins of white supremacy are further extended by Tomas Almageur, who used Michael Omi and Howards

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