- History of Chicano Movement-understood as spatially grounded activist assemblage
- Linkage of Chicano with Boricua, akin to Chicano/a-given its adoption by Puerto Ricans
- Locations of Chicano/a and Latino/a studies
- Mexican American communities-adopting "Chicano" affirmative identity marker of racial-ethnic and class consciousness
- Movement's manifestos-El Plan de Santa Barbara, "master plan for Chicanos in higher education"
- New ethnicities, cultural or national historical experience, as "MexiRican" or "PortoMex"
- Staking claims for Aztlán-staging a "reconquista," reclaiming ownership of US land once purportedly theirs
- Student-based organization MEChA-Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán
- Women's empowerment and liberation-in so-called "Chicano sense"
- el Movimiento (the Movement)-registering foundational, complementary struggles for equality
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- Arts and Humanities(all)