Being Baldenegro 

For these Tucsonans, fighting for Chicano rights is all in the family

When Salomón Baldenegro Jr. and his younger brother were little boys, their mother and father took them to protests urging shoppers to take up Cesar Chavez's call to support struggling farm workers. When Baldenegro Jr. looks back at those days, he realizes…

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