Bibliography | Bibliografía
NEWS COVERAGE | COBERTURA DE NOTÍCIAS
Crombie, Noelle, “Forest Grove High students walk out over ‘build a wall’ banner,” The Oregonian, May 19, 2016.
Fountain Jr., Aaron G., “Unacknowledged Fighters: Latino High School Student Activists,” Latino Rebels, October 20, 2016.
Francke, Tyler, Woodburn students walk out, march through downtown in protest of discrimination,” Woodburn Independent, May 26, 2016.
Frazier, Laura, “Neighboring students join Forest Grove High in walkout over ‘build a wall’ banner,” The Oregonian, May 19, 2016.
Fuller, Kathy, “Hilhi students stage walkout in solidarity with Forest Grove High students,” Hillsboro News Times, May 19, 2016.
Henderson, Tom, “McMinnville students walk out to protest racism,” News-Register, May 20, 2016.
Johnson, Matt, “Forest Grove HS students walk out of class after ‘build a wall’ banner hung in cafeteria,” KATU News, May 19, 2016.
Kristof, Nicholas, “Donald Trump is Making America Meaner,” The New York Times, August 13, 2016.
Larson, Leah, “Story of racism in Forest Grove broader than banner,” Forest Grove News Times, May 25, 2016.
Miller, Mark, Geoff Pursinger and Ray Pitz, “Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood students won’t be disciplined for last week’s walk out protests,” The Times, May 24, 2016.
Ortiz, Gabe, “More Than 300 Students At Majority-Latino School Stage Walkout After Student Hangs “Build A Wall” Banner On Campus,” America’s Voice, May 20, 2016.
Rehkopf Smith, Jill, & Stephanie Haugen, “Racial slur aimed at teacher ignites firestorm,” Forest Grove News Times, March 10, 2016.
Rehkopf Smith, Jill, “Prejudice problem spills out of high school,” Forest Grove News Times, May 10, 2016.
Rehkopf Smith, Jill, and Ryan Lackey, “What’s new: How the walkout made a difference,” Forest Grove News Times, May 25, 2016.
BOOKS | LIBROS
Sifuentes, M. (2016). Of Forests and Fields: Mexican Labor in the Pacific Northwest. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Garcia, J. and Gilberto Garcia. (2005). Memory, Community, and Activism: Mexican Migration and Labor in the Pacific Northwest. East Lansing, MI: Julian Samora Research Institute.
May, G. (2011). Sonny Montes and Mexican American Activism in Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
Gonzalez-Berry, E. and Marcela Martinez. (2010). Mexicanos in Oregon: Their Stories, Their Lives. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
Martinez, E. (2009). 500 Years of Chicana Women’s History. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Gamboa, E. and Carolyn M. Baun. (1995). Nosotros the Hispanic People of Oregon: Essays and Recollections. Portland, OR: Oregon Council for the Humanities.
Garcia, G. and Carlos S. Maldonado. (2001). The Chicano Experience in the Northwest. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
Gamboa, E. (1990). Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Maldonado, C. (2000) Colegio Cesar Chavez, 1973-1983: A Chicano Struggle for Educational Self-Determination. New York: Routledge.
Garcia, J. (2017). We Are Aztlán!: Chicanx Histories in the Northern Borderlands. Pullman: Washington State University Press.
Stephens, L. (2007). Transborder Lives: Indigenous Oaxacans in Mexico, California, and Oregon. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Stephens L. in collaboration with PCUN staff and members. (2012). The Story of PCUN and the Farmworker Movement in Oregon. Eugene, OR: Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies.
ARTICLES | ARTÍCULOS
Richard W. Slatta, “Chicanos in the Pacific Northwest: A Demographic and Socioeconomic Portrait.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 70, Number 4, October 1979, pp. 155-162.
Annabel Krischner Cook, “Diversity among Northwest Hispanics.” The Social Science Journal, Volume 23, No. 2, Summer 1986, pp. 205-216.
Elizabeth Flores, “Festejando Community: Celebrating Fiesta Mexicana in Woodburn, Oregon.” in Chicanas and Chicanos in Contemporary Society, Roberto M. De Anda, ed. Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield Publishers, 2004, pp. 145–53.
Luke Sprunger, “This is where we want to stay: Tejanos and Latino Community Building in Washington County.” Oregon Historical Quarterly Fall 2015, Volume 116, Number 3, pp. 278-30
Kim Williams, Andrea Williams, and Phil Carrasco, “In the Shadow of the 2016 Election: Immigration Debates in Oregon and Beyond.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 118, No. 4 Winter 2017 pp. 612-629.
Mario Sifuentes, “History, Public Memory, and Creating the Bracero Archive.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 118, Number 4, Winter 2017, pp. 584-597.
Lynn Stephen, Guatemalan Immigration to Oregon: Indigenous Transborder Communities.” Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 118, Number 4, Winter 2017, pp. 554-583.
Erasmo Gambo, “Chicanos in the Northwest: An Historical Perspective.” El Grito, Volume 6, Number 4, Summer 1973, pp. 57-70.
Richard W. Slatta, “Chicanos in the Pacific Northwest: An Historical Overview of Oregon’s Chicanos.” Aztlan, Volume 6, Number 3, Fall 1975, pp. 327-340.
ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS | COLLECIONES DE ARCHIVO
Minority Education Office Records (RG 229), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Colegio César Chávez Collection (MSS Colegio), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Centro Cultural César Chávez Records (RG 248), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
José Ángel Gutiérrez Papers, Special Collections Library, University of Texas at San Antonio.
Chicano Art Collection, Special Collections Library, Evergreen State College.
Chicano Moratorium 50th Anniversary Project, Chicano Studies Resource Center, University of California, Los Angeles.
Chicanx/Latinx Ephemera, Five Oaks Museum.
Washington County Oral History Collection, Pacific University.
Latino Community Collection, Washington County Heritage Online.
The Immigrant Story Oral Histories, Oregon Historical Society.