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Map of the Southern Plains Courtesy of Dan Flores, from his book Caprock Canyonlands: Journeys into the Heart of the Southern Plains. 1990. Twentieth Anniversary Edition, College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2010.

La Virgen de Guadaliberty painting by Nephtalí de León. This painting has been featured across the nation during social justice protests and meetings.

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March of Faith in Lubbock, Texas on November 7, 1971. Image copied from Nephtalí De León, Chicanos: Our Background and Our Pride (Lubbock, TX: Trucha Publications, 1972).

Aztlán Flag that La Raza Unida (People's Party), the offspring of Mexican American Youth Organization, adopted.

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Aztlán Mural (originally named Guadalupe Mural) depicts the struggles Mexican-Americans faced in Lubbock, such as the 1970 tornado that ripped through the city's Guadalupe neighborhood. The Lubbock Brown Berets originally commissioned the mural.…

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This Texas Historical Commission marker notes the migrant labor camp that existed where Aztlán Park is now from World War I to the 1960s.

A Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) logo.

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The San Angelo League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) rallied in front of the Tom Green County Courthouse to protest a wave of police shootings of ethnic Mexican men and boys across the state and nation during the 1970s.

Book Cover of Chicanos: Our Background and Our Pride (Lubbock: TX: Trucha Publications, 1972) by Nephtalí De León.

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