Foreword More Than Whiteness: Comparative Perspectives on Mexican American Citizenship from Law and History
- Reflections of Reality: Latina Literature as a Window to Mexican-American Kitchens. Knepp, M. Dustin // Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas;Nov2011, Vol. 42, p57
An essay is presented on the role of food in Mexican-American identity. It analyzes the plays "Las Nuevas Tamaleras" by Alicia Mena and "The Fat Free Chicana and the Snow Cap Queen" by Elaine Romero, the poems "Haciendo Tamales" by Cordelia Candelari and "Recipe: Chorizo con Huevo Made in the...
- On being a Mexican American. Mendoza, Joe I. // Phi Delta Kappan;Dec94, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p293
Reflects on being a Mexican American. Integration with mainstream society; Mexican Americans as a unique group at the crossroads.
- From California to the Nation; Rethinking the History, of 20th Century U.S. Civil Rights Struggles Through a Mexican American and Multiracial Lens. Bernstein, Shana // Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2007, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p87
The article discusses the struggles of the Mexican American civil rights in Los Angeles, California during the early Cold War era. Accordingly, the paper explains the ways in which those mid-century campaigns for Mexican American civil rights were fundamentally cooperative. The paper also...
- To Be An American. Albert, Mark // Modern Machine Shop;Sep2002, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p8
Offers views on what it means to be a U.S. citizen. Common factors among U.S. citizens; Essence of being a U.S. citizen.
- ASK A MEXICAN! Arrellano, Gustavo // La Prensa San Diego;1/22/2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p7
The author offers advice to readers regarding various issues concerning Mexicans in the U.S., including the catering of Americans worldwide, sexually transmitted disease, and the rank of Mexico in terms of gross national product against other Latin American countries.
- Transforming work. Naffziger, Ann // America;6/21/1997, Vol. 176 Issue 21, p6
Reflects on the author's experience as member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps while working with Maria Elena's family, one of the thousands of Mexican families who have crossed the US southern border illegally to work in the fields in Oregon. Her job description at the St. Luke's Parish in...
- Chicano movement rhetoric: An ideographic interpretation. Delgado, Fernando Pedro // Communication Quarterly;Fall95, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p446
Reports of the efforts of the Chicano leaders to secure support for their movement, and to retain ideology. Name of movement; Method used; Ideographs of the Chicano movement; Intertwining cultural reference with political emphasis; Conclusions.
- What my culture means to me. Gallardo, Darlene // Hispanic;Mar1995, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p92
Describes how the author came to learn more about, and appreciate, her Mexican heritage through participating in Mexican folklorico dancing. How she grew up in a border city between the United States and Mexico; The joy she receives from dancing; Educational background; The Ballet Folklorico...
- Transcending Cultures: The American Process. Martinez, Daniel B. // Journal of Individual Psychology;Fall98, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p346
Relates the cultural experiences of a Mexican American. Socialization and acculturation; Transition from environmental to self support.