Honoring History 

Chicano activists celebrate their march on the El Rio Golf Course four decades ago

Salomón R. Baldenegro is considered a legend in the local Chicano movement—and luckily, he's still around to set the record straight about what happened on Aug. 15, 1970, when a group of Chicano activists took over the city-run El Rio Golf Course…

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