How Little Things Change

I happened upon this article from December 5, 1980 while I was doing genealogy research. It’s a little better, but the same visibility/availability arguments are still happening today.

Chicano Lit 1980

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4 comments

  1. looloolooweez

    “A survey of three bookstores in the El Paso area revealed that only one carried any Chicano literature at all, and at that, only Rudolfo Anaya and his book Bless Me, Ultima were represented.” Um. What? In El Paso? That’s hard to believe, even for the early 80’s.

    ALSO, it tickles me that I’m not the only one who gets a little sidetracked by random newspaper articles while trying to do a little genealogy research. There are just so many little gems.

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