In the Chicano Movement, Printmaking and Politics Converged

FORT WORTH, Texas — In a February 1970 column for the Los Angeles Times, the journalist and activist Ruben Salazar wrote, “A Chicano is a Mexican-American with a non-Anglo image of himself.” It’s fitting that Salazar associates the process of self-identification with image, because one of the main ways that Chicanos have defined themselves is … Read more