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Groups work to bridge the cultural gap in East Austin between new businesses and residents.
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Hear how locals fought criticism and came together to embrace their heritage through the arts.
Explore the struggle of the Chicano movement through the Mexican-American community in Austin.
Austin Revealed: Chicano activism & organizing
Hear how the Chicano movement gained momentum during the 60s and 70s in Austin.
Austin Revealed: The rise of Mexican Americans in politics
The Mexican American community fought to change the face of politics in Texas in the 60s and 70s.
Austin Revealed: Chicano desegregation and education
Students and teachers who lived in the aftermath of desegregation share stories about the fight for reform.
Immigrant families help shape Austin through the generations
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Decibel: Under Construction
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