Voices of Protest: Chicano Veterans and el Movimiento

“I thought we were there killing Commies in Christ. We were there to save the world. And it wasn’t; it wasn’t that,” says George Autobee in his recorded testimony from the Voices of Protest Collection. “We were there being butchered on that battlefield for nothing.”

Check out this article in the Pueblo P.U.L.P.  featuring the Chicano Veterans Oral History Project, a cooperative effort by CSU-Pueblo Chicano Studies and the Southern Colorado Ethnic Heritage and Diversity Archives and tell us what you think!

http://pueblopulp.com/news-and-features/features/390-voices-of-protest-chicano-veterans-and-el-movimento.html

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