Raza Youth in an Era of Radical Third World Possibility
Located in radical political culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s, this chapter explores the formation of a multiracial and transnational perspective among segments of Bay Area youth. This perspective informed the movements these youth sought to inspire, in particular ones collapsing the space between the campus and community. In San Francisco, Latina and Latino youth used these movements to improvise an identity critical of traditional power structures expressed as their own version of latinidad.
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