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Chicana Gang Members: Resistance to Traditional Women's Roles
(Washington State University. Graduate School. McNair Program., 2001)
This is an ethnographic project designed to explore the lives, needs, and struggles of three Chicana gang members in the Lower Yakima Valley in Washington. The intersections of race, class, and gender are discussed and viewed ...
In the U.S.A. -- It's English or Adios Amigo: The Politics of Race and Language in the Yakima Old Town Pump Court Case.
(Washington State University. Graduate School. McNair Program, 2001)
On November 10, 1995, Michael Cantú, Carlos Olivera and Enrique Mendoza were ejected from the “Old Town Pump” tavern in the Yakima Valley, Washington, for speaking Spanish. This rural area is known for its growing Mexica ...