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Rudolfo "Corky" Gonzales speaks about the Chicano movement in this interview by Alfredo Zuniga
Zuniga, Alfredo
Corona, Bert
Rodriguez, Antonio
Rodriguez, Pedro
Gonzales, Rudolfo (Corky)
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California State University, Fullerton, University Archives and Special Collections
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This interview was filmed after a Solidarity Rally for Los Tres at La Placita, Los Angeles. Interviewees include Bert Corona, Rudolfo "Corky" Gonzales, Antonio Rodriguez, attorney for one of "Los Tres" and Pedro Rodriguez, a leader of the student movement in Mexico City. The interview starts with Bert Corona and Corky Gonzales describing contemporary issues important to the Chicano movement. Next, Antonio Rodriguez describes the case against "Los Tres" (Rodolfo "Rudy" S√°nchez, Alberto "Beto" Ortiz, and Juan Fern√°ndez), followed by remarks from Pedro Rodriguez in Spanish.
Notes in box: Interview at 2621 E. 4th St. L.A. Other Guests: Bert Corona, Antonio Rodriguez - Attorney for one of Los Tres, Pedro Rodriguez (Mex City Student Movement Leader) Same day as "Solidarity Rally for Los Tres" At: La Placita Los Angeles
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