of or relating to Mexican Americans or their culture.
a Mexican American.
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How to use Chicano in a sentence
Arredondo was born in Uvalde in 1972, just two years after the student walkout that earned Uvalde a place in Chicano history.How Uvalde Schools Police Chief Pete Arredondo Went From Local Public Servant to National Pariah | Jasmine Aguilera | July 22, 2022 | Time
Chicano immigrants protected and nurtured the Caralampio family.At 8, He Was a Migrant Worker in North County. Now, He’s a School Board Member. | Will Huntsberry | February 9, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
The residents of Barrio Logan, San Diego’s historic Chicano neighborhood, are trying – once again – to finally have a say about what is built in their neighborhood.Barrio Logan Tries, Again, to Determine Its Own Future | MacKenzie Elmer | March 29, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
I grew up around a Chicano family and was around Mexicans a lot.True Detective Director Cary Fukunaga’s Journey from Pro Snowboarder to Hollywood’s Most Wanted | Marlow Stern | February 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But they supplement those lessons with specific readings and discussions about the Chicano-American experience.
It had a large Latino and Chicano population, of which I became an honorary member because of my dark hair, eyes, and complexion.
(9 p.m.) Chase away the wintery-mix blues with Chicano Rock!
Chicano rights, rights for disabled people, the whole tradition of civil liberties was created or strengthened by these people.Little Brother | Cory Doctorow
British Dictionary definitions for chicano
an American citizen of Mexican origin
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