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In 1969, a group of young, primarily Puerto Rican activists founded a chapter of the Young Lords Organization in New York City. Taking inspiration from the Black Panthers, the Young Lords organized directly in Latino/a communities, challenging slum housing conditions, providing "serve the people programs" that offered food, health services, and child care, and staging dramatic takeovers of neighborhood institutions. A year later, the Young Lords founded their own bilingual newspaper Palante, meaning "onward," and in this book of the same name, presented political essays by members, oral histories of their lives leading into the party, and more than seventy photos by acclaimed photojournalist Michael Abramson. Capturing the times in which they lived and the activism they helped make so memorable, here is the first book by and about the Young Lords.
BEINECKE (Non-Circulating) Technical Services in process: Pforzheimer Intelligence 1038
Standardization of machine tools : some suggestions regarding standards of speed and feed series and standardized power for machine tools, etc. / by Carl G. Barth.
Colt's new breech loading metallic cartridge revolvers, for sale by the trade generally. Manufactured by Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufg. Co. : Colt's metallic cartridge, Army six shot revolving pistol ... ; Colt's metallic cartridge, Navy six shot...