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For the Belgian military formation known as the "Brown Berets", see Belgian United Nations mand. The Brown Berets (Los Boinas Cafés) are a pro Chicano organization that emerged during the Chicano Movement in the late 1960s co founded by David Sanchez and Carlos Montes, and remains active to the present day. The group was seen as part of the Third World Liberation Front.
Educating Change: Chicano Brown
The "Chicano Movement" has been used by historians to describe a moment of ethnic empowerment and protest among Americans of Mexican descent beginning in the 1960s. "Chicano" had long existed as a pejorative term among young Mexican Americans prior to this period. ... Brown University Educando el cambio: en español: Last update: June 22, 2005 ...
The Brown Berets: Young Chicano Revolutionaries | Fight Back!
Fight Back! interviewed Carlos Montes, one of the founders and former Minister of Information of the Brown Berets National Office in East Los Angeles from 1967 to 1970. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Brown Berets emerged as one of the most powerful and militant organizations in the Chicano liberation movement.
The History and Goals of the Chicano Movement
Two female Brown Berets, a Chicano activist group, stand together in matching uniforms. David Fenton Getty Images. Other activist groups of note included the Brown Berets and the Young Lords, which was made up of Puerto Ricans in Chicago and New York. Both groups mirrored the Black Panthers in militancy.
Chicano Movements Mapping American Social Movements
Click to see map and photos Brown Berets 1967 1972. In the barrios of Los Angeles, Chicano youth founded the Brown Berets in 1967, modeled after the Black Panther Party. The organization was dedicated to combatting police brutality and racism but some chapters also demanded education, job, and housing equality.
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