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Chicano Press Assocation Meeting - February 9, 2002

by Chicano Press Assocation Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2002 at 3:25 PM
cpa@burn.ucsd.edu

Chicano Press Assocation Meeting

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Chicano Press Assocation:

The primary objective of the CPA is to advance the struggle for Raza self-determination by promoting and unifying the progressive Chicano press/media.

Essential to this process is confronting stereo-types espoused by the U.S. bourgeois media. The CPA holds the position that Raza are colonized, indigenous people and that the so-called "Southwest U.S." is in fact Aztlan, part of the Mexicano nation, stolen in the U.S. expansionlist/imperialist war of 1846-1848.

Furthermore the CPA will commit itself to combating all manifestations of oppression and exploitation. Central to putting into effect our objectives the CPA membership will actively get involved in the day-to-day struggles being waged by our movement and by our people. As part of this movement activism, the CPA will commit itself to organizing study sessions, forums, give presentations and disseminate information/liberature/publications to our communites to help raise the political consiousness of nuestro pueblo.

Only those who support the goals and objectives of the CPA, and are at some level active in media work (writers, journalism, popular art/murals, radio, TV, political music, etc.) are welcome to attend our meeting.

Chicano Press Assocation
Presents:

“The Raza Press, Media, And Popular Expression”
Saturday, February 9, 2002
12noon - 3pm

Hosted By: Cafe on Ast, 438 South Ast, Oxnard, Califas, 93030
Organized By: Chicano Press Assocation, Committee On Raza Rights, and Union del Barrio

From More Information:
Voice Mail: (805) 939-5541
E-Mail: cpa@burn.ucsd.edu
Web Site: http://burn.ucsd.edu/~cpa/index.html

Un Pueblo - Sin Fronteras,
Chicano Press Assocation

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CPA Agenda - February 9, 2001
Oxnard, Califas (Occupied Mexico/Aztlan)

I. Brief History Of The CPA And Its Objectives (Ernesto Bustillos)

II. Introduction (Luis Moreno)

(Those present will be ask to introduce themselves, describe what kind of media (print, electronic, art, web-Internet) they work on, and show examples of their work.)

III. National Chicano Press Conference (Francisco Romero and Jose Moreno)

A. What are the goals of the conference?


B. Why is the conference important?


C. Theme, keynotes, and workshops


D. Date of Conference, deadlines for registration, call for papers, etc.

IV. Meeting Adjourn
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