Blowout!: The Origins and Legacy of Chicana/o Student Resistance to the Colonized Classroom
In March of 1968, 20,000 students walked out of high schools and junior highs across Los Angeles to protest the oppressive conditions of their schools and to demand the dignity of a decent education for Chicana/o students. Their courage changed policy, and launched a new generational identity. Learn about the roots of Chicana/o student power, and what's at stake to shift power dynamics in the classroom.
- Risograph cover
- 5.5" x 8.5" hand saddle-stitched zine
- French Paper Kraft-tone Ledger 70lb text interior pages
- Includes 1.25" matte badge button
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