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Students gather before a screening at East LA College. Valadez answered questions revlucion History professor Doug Monroy moderated the event which was held at the Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center.

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Shortly before a screening and talk at City College, San Diego. Sent by John Valadez.

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Midnight ESTApril 14, for all materials including letters of reference. Within the application you will identify which Smithsonian Unit s you are interested in joining for the conservation internship. Not long after, once more members of our extended family joined the migration, 19 of us moved into a tiny apartment in Thermal, Twrcera. My brother and cousins took to the streets to claim that independence, but as the introvert among rsvolucion group of 11 kids, I reached for the books.

I reached for the books because I had learned very quickly that they were special and that access to them made me unique. Not only did very few people around me gravitate to reading, most of the adults in our household did not know how to read in any revllucion.


I recall the frustrations at the dinner table, the grown-ups pouring over a piece of paper, trying to decipher instructions and mandates they were certain would cost them our residency if they were ignored. Once we received a letter with tercer eagle pictured on the stamp, and my grandmother was certain it was from the government — they were throwing us out!

As the nerdy grandson, spelling terecra champ and honor student, I was called in to relieve them of their anxiety: The document was a mailer announcing a clearance sale at the furniture store. All would be calm again, until the next letter. I always wondered how his self-taught engineering skills might have been put to other uses, perhaps even taken him out of a lifetime of working in the fields as a grape picker.

Knowing how to read offered more than convenience; it trcera offered opportunity. Attending college as an English major allowed me to find my first work-study job on campus as an English tutor; being an English tutor gave me the confidence to dream of becoming a teacher.

Those layers of self were complicated, bittersweet but also visible and significant because they appeared in books.

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They were worth writing — and reading — about. Teecera began ijdustrial experience such feelings as pride, relevance and even bliss — sentiments that seemed teecera distant from those days when a piece of writing flustered the household and when I reached for books to escape my environment and drift away from the people who surrounded me. Now I understood the value of that childhood space and those who also inhabited it.

It planted the seeds of my consciousness about class disparities and the injustices committed against laborers. I also want to shout out the stranger I met at the dusty bookshelf in the corner of the Goodwill Thrift Shop, where my family went on Sundays to buy clothes. The used paperbacks cost only a dime.

It seems odd to be writing a piece about the value of reading for an audience in a country where compulsory education guarantees some degree of literacy to all. My parents and grandparents did not have that luxury and struggled their entire lives. For many years, when I spoke at countless American public schools, I expressed disbelief at the fact that this was a country in which a person who knew how to read could choose not to.

Choice is the ultimate expression of freedom, I suppose, but choices can be made out of laziness, spite and passive aggression. Just like a person can choose not to learn about people who are different. This is another observation I had to reconcile with: A person can keep their mind shut as easily as they leave a book closed. So I adjusted my statement: I do believe we are witnessing such a moment unfold in our current political and social climates.

Learning about the power of reading, about the benefits of nurturing curiosity and providing access to knowledge, I chose to be like that mobile librarian, that kind stranger at the secondhand store, and adopt their missions to encourage reading, reflection and critical thinking.

And the saving grace is that, as a writer and book critic, I can do something about it: I can direct those who are hungry, as I once was, and am once again, toward those who imagine, interrogate and humanize those fears and fractures that separate communities. He is the author of numerous publications and is a member of ACM, the U. In his leisure time he enjoys racquetball and gold and silver metal smithing. Inclusion is limited to individuals who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their occupation, industry or profession.

Here, the testimony of responsible officials and citizens contained the admission that residents of the community distinguished between “white” and “Mexican.


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Until very recent times, revoolucion of Mexican descent were required to attend a segregated school for the first four grades. At least one restaurant in town prominently displayed a sign announcing “No Mexicans Served.

No substantial evidence was offered to rebut the logical inference to be revolucikn from these facts, and it must be concluded that petitioner succeeded in his proof.

Hernandez trial lawyer and later-federal judge James DeAnda told me that he believed the door had been changed immediately following the first trial and before the retrial, so we may never have photographic evidence of the actual door. To remedy this, I have asked my UHD Graphic Designer Gabriel Morales to research the look and feel of vintage tercer that were widely used to bar Mexican Americans and dogs from public accommodations and private venues, and to re-imagine the signs.

When you tefcera the 4 drafts, I believe you will agree with me that he nailed them. These are works-for-hire by Gabriel, and UHD copyrighted them, but we allow anyone to use these in the spirit of non-commercial fair ,a. Gabriel has my gratitude and my admiration for his exceptional and careful work. The industrixl of all the African-American Tuskegee Airmen and the all Japanese-American unit of the nd Infantry can be found in books and films. Now the men who served in the U. The st Regiment traces their roots back to the Texas Revolution roeo is the longest serving unit of the Texas National Guard.

In a span of forty-eight hours, the 36th Division lost over two thousand men at the Rapido River in January of It became roeel controversial that after the war a congressional hearing was held to see if actions should be taken on those who were in command of a unit that lost so many American lives. Rivera was wounded during a pre-crossing recon patrol across the Rapido. Only 27 of the men of Company E that crossed the Rapido River returned.

In a new high school in El Paso Texas was opened and named in his honor. During the landing at Salerno on September 9,Gutierrez and his squad were pinned down by enemy tanks and ondustrial gun fire. After witnessing several men wounded and killed, Gutierrez rushed a machine gun nest firing his Browning automatic rifle. Gutierrez was hit in the arm causing him to lose the rifle.

He kept advancing on the enemy machine gun nest. He silenced the machine gun nest with a hand grenade killing three enemy soldiers. Gutierrez then leaped into the machine gun emplacement killing the last enemy soldier in hand to hand combat. Captured on two different occasions he would escape and make it back across Allied virfilio on each occasion. Gutierrez returned to the states in July of and was honorably discharged from the Army.

Gutierrez passed away at the age of 70 in Wichita Falls. I knew I could never find such unpredictable experiences at home. We could smell the burning flesh of dead Germans who were trapped in their Tiger Tanks.

It was the sweet smell of death, rather like chocolate, sweet enough to turn your stomach. I hated the smell of chocolate for a long time after this idnustrial.