Uniting All of the Americas (Aztlan Anahuak, Ixachilan)
From the Heart of Aztlan
California State University Northridge
Xicano/a Graduate Student Association
Guiding Principles of Unity
Always PACED, like the beat of a drum and
the spirit of our hearts.
(Political action, Autonomy, Community, Education (Re-education), Decolonization)
we must challenge the political, educational, and justice system by being involved in our communities,
be it schools or barrios, and by being/taking direct political action.
our goal is and has been a
struggle for self-determination, in being unique and autonomous within Aztlan, to give respect and be respected, and never
our community is our future, therefore we must learn to organize and network in cross
generational aspects to build a vision of equality and maintain a prosperous cultura.
4. Education (Re-education)-
the process of revolution of the mind is one of liberation, therefore we must be holistic, ecologically orientated, determined
to persevere and enduring in life long learning.
the end result is of our own self-realization,
of having a consciousness and progressing in revolution (change), to improve our conditions, for future generations to come.
Dept of Xicano Studies (818) 667-2734,
Meeting Times: Th. 6:30 PM at the Xicano Lounge
by Graduate Students
Xilomen Herrera, Eagle Rabbit Uribe, Felicia Montes, Fernando Rejon, Patricia Ochoa, Raul Herrera,
Leticia Ortiz, Miguel Paredes Cecilia, Jake Prendez, Jose Moreno, Alma, Louie Moreno, Debra, Jose Lopez, Adrianna Salazar,
Daniel Martinez, Julissa, Jesus, Undergradz, Y Mas
In Alliance and Coalition with
1. MEXA, MOVIMIENTO ESTUDIANTIL
XICANO DE AZTLAN
2. AISA, AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION.
3. BSU, BLACK STUDENT UNION
4. CAUSA, CENTRAL AMERICAN
UNITED STUDENT ASSOCIATION
5.AZTLAN GRADUATION SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Eagle Rabbit Purepecha, (B.A.
Sociology, M.A. Student in Xicano Studies,
Major PhD in Native American Studies emphasizing Meso America and JD in International
"It is an Honor to serve the Barrio, in which we come from." (Santa Barbara, 1969)
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