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        Complexity of Identity and Chicano Power | Dolores

        These two film segments explore the idea of Chicano representation and the power of seeing yourself in the public and political landscape. Prominent Latino leaders, Raul M. Grijalva and Roberto Lovato, discuss what it meant to them as young men to see Latinos organizing and marching together. Dolores’ children talk about how their perception of beauty and good was influenced by the broader culture's pressure to assimilate, and how Dolores taught them to see their own skin and identity as beautiful. Angela Davis says social movements change not only laws, but how people see themselves.

        Farmworkers Spark a Cultural Revolution | Dolores

        This segment features Latino leaders Raul M. Grijalva and Roberto Lovato talking about their memories of seeing Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez as Latino leaders of the United Farm Workers.

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        Self-Love and Self-Respect Build Movements | Dolores

        In this video segment, Dolores’ children discuss the dominant white culture’s message that their skin color and social class was "other.” They recall that Dolores taught them to be proud of their roots and their ancestors, and that their heritage is beautiful.

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