With spirited protesters and helmeted deputies on horseback, the night of April 3 in Guadalupe was like some historical reenactment, albeit in miniature, of a late-'60s anti-war melee. You know, the kind chronicled by Norman Mailer in one of his seminal "non-fiction novels" of... More >>>
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Michelle C. Smythe
From April 4, a sign demanding respect, hung at the César Chávez Memorial Garden in Guadalupe.