La Raza Unida
SOURCE: Texas Tribune
At its 50th Reunion, La Raza Unida Asks How to Pass the Torch
La Raza Unida grew out of civil rights mobilization in the 1960s and worked to mobilize the large, complex, and internally divided communities of ethnic Mexican Texans, focusing on education and voting rights, and struggling to bridge radical and moderate political outlooks.
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