Chicana women's rights

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KQED News report from September 14th 1973, featuring interviews with Chicana women in Oakland who advocate the need to maintain strong links with their Mexican heritage and also study the Spanish language and be bi-lingual. Includes a scene in which a Chicana Studies teacher asserts her basic human rights as a woman: "It's time that people see our value as human beings ... we're trying to find ways to express ourselves other than just in the home."

Originally aired on
KQED
Date aired
9/14/73
Recording medium
16mm color co-magnetic sound film
7:13
Rights for this video belong to
NCPB/KQED
Type of material
archival news film
Identifier
KQN 1871
Views
4073

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