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Latinos in Presidential elections have traditionally voted Democrat.
Willie's brother Ralph talks about the violence of Freedom Summer.
Willie's brother Ralph takes on a neighborhood tour of the barrio.
“Que Bonito Es El Mundo Nuevo” were the last words Willie said to his brother.
Ralph Velasquez talks about two identities and the meaning of "Pocholandia."
Professor Charles Cotrell talks about the reporters seeking out Chicano activists.
Ignacio "Nacho" Perez talks about the creation of The Mexican American Youth Organization.
Julian Castro talks about the new generation of Latino voters.
Willie Velásquez paved the way for the growing power of the Latino Vote.
Follow poet Javier Sicilia as he leads a peace movement through Mexico and into the U.S.
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia ignited a movement for peace after his son's murder.
Explore the ups and downs of being a Latina actress in Hollywood.
Meet five struggling Latina actresses trying to make it in Hollywood.
Explore the making of Giant and its examination of Anglo/Mexican-American relations.
See how Giant, a 1950s film that examined racial prejudice, is still relevant.
Delve into this season's three new stories about Latino culture and history.