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G techniues of direct action and community empowerment the Young Lords became a prominent force in the urban northeast From their storefront offices in East Harlem they defiantly took back the streets of El Barrio In addition to running clothing drives day care centers and food and health programs they became known for their media savvy tactics and bold actions like the takeovers of the First People’s Church and Lincoln HospitalIn this mem This book is great I ve been talking about it all over the place I didn t know very much about the Young Lords and this book tells the stories of a lot of their direct action and organizational history with a great grounding in the history culture of Puerto Rico and Nuyoricans BUT I borrowed this book from Michelle and she warned accurately that you read the book constantly feeling like why don t you ask some women about their experience though Melendez does acknowledge the women s movement in Young Lords I still left feeling like the analysis was only as deep as women were empowered we men kind of recognized it we fucked things up in the movement by cheating on our women partners constantly Still an excellent book and great resource Essential Juices and Smoothies in the urban northeast From their storefront offices Buttermilk Graffiti in East Harlem they defiantly took back the streets of El Barrio In addition to running clothing drives day care centers and food and health programs they became known for their media savvy tactics and bold actions like the takeovers of the First People’s Church and Lincoln HospitalIn this mem This book Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink is great I ve been talking about Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras it all over the place I didn t know very much about the Young Lords and this book tells the stories of a lot of their direct action and organizational history with a great grounding Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable in the history culture of Puerto Rico and Nuyoricans BUT I borrowed this book from Michelle and she warned accurately that you read the book constantly feeling like why don t you ask some women about their experience though Melendez does acknowledge the women s movement No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) in Young Lords I still left feeling like the analysis was only as deep as women were empowered we men kind of recognized Captain Wentworths Persuasion it we fucked things up Canu Cynnar in the movement by cheating on our women partners constantly Still an excellent book and great resource


10 thoughts on “We Took The Streets Fighting For Latino Rights With The Young Lords

  1. says:

    The book We Took the Streets by Miguel Melendez was a very interesting book Usually i am into fictional so this book was a bit out of my range It is about an activist named Mickey that fought for Latino rights in New York in 1968 Through the book I was able to really understand how important it is to be able to have your own rights and how much Latinos in specific care about it Over all I rate this book 4 stars

  2. says:

    Fighting for Latino Rights with the Young Lords by Miguel Mickey MelendezMiguel Mickey Melendez was a member of the Young Lords which was a Puerto Rican leftist group predominately in New York City during the 60s and 70s Though the Young Lords themselves were not an explicitly militant leftist group Melendez was the commander of their underground armyRage is also an understandable result of witnessing or bein

  3. says:

    A good account of the formative years of the Young Lords surrounded by autobiographical information Easy to read and full of details

  4. says:

    One of my favorite books Written in a very accessible manner For folks who aren't in the know The Young Lords were a revolutionary Puerto Rican organization mainly based in New York Some people refer to them as the Puerto Rican version of the Black PanthersThe author a former member of the Young Lords conveys a lot of great stories of some of the actions they took For example they wanted the local hospital to serve the local community ne

  5. says:

    This book is great I've been talking about it all over the place I didn't know very much about the Young Lords and this book tells the stories of a lot of their direct action and organizational history with a great grounding in the history culture of Puerto Rico and Nuyoricans BUT I borrowed this book from Michelle and s

  6. says:

    Melendez took me through a solicitous and receptive journey of the YLP which also includes crucial parts of his own experience as we

  7. says:

    Good book for those wanting to know about the Young Lords I was not familiar with the overall history of the movement; so this book is a good primer After reading it I would say that a definitive book about the subject has not yet truly been written Books on the subject are few so this book is a must read for anyone interested in the movement

  8. says:

    The Young Lords were very flawed but it makes their successes even sweeter Despite their failures they did a remarkable amount of good for New York and the fact that their crazy tactics actually worked should be an inspiration for

  9. says:

    I uestioned the validity of this book the deeper I got into it Liked it until their philosophy changed from social reformers to militants w a manifesto They totally lost their way and completely fell apart

  10. says:

    Essential memoir of the

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