– Building a movement to resist the increased police brutality against our communities.
– The establishment of the first Centro Aztlán in January of 1987.
– Internal organizational questions became central to UdB. Organization and accountability became important themes of struggle, and the first significant internal struggle took place during this period.
– Working with barrio youth through the newly formed Somos Raza youth project.
– Working with LRUP and MLN on the re-building of a national movement, which later became the National Chicano Moratorium Committee.
– May 1989, the founding of the Raza Rights Coalition in San Diego.
– The re-establishment of ¡La Verdad! in June of 1989.
– Continued support for the FMLN.
– The struggle to expose hispanic neocolonialists.
– August 26, 1990, thousands march in East LA for the 20th Commemoration of the Chicano Moratorium of 1970.
– Indigenous struggles, and 500 years of colonialism in preparation for the 500th year since the European invasion that began in 1492.
– UdB celebrates our 10th anniversary in August 1991.
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