Anniversary for a Chicano martyr

Contreras, Francisco
August 1995
Hispanic;Aug1995, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p8
Memorializes Mexican-American reporter Ruben Salazar. Coverage of the Vietnam War and Dominican Republic revolution; Circumstances of his death; Criticisms against `Anglo' racism; Discussion on the issues of immigration, race and affirmative action.


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