Detail View: CU Chicanx/Latinx History Collection: Session 5B: The Chicano Movement at CU Boulder, 1971-1975: The Photography of Juan Espinosa

Collection Name: 
CU Chicanx History Collection
Title: 
Session 5B: The Chicano Movement at CU Boulder, 1971-1975: The Photography of Juan Espinosa
Name: 
Ordaz, Jessica
Name Role: 
Host
Name Affiliation: 
Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies, CU Boulder
Name: 
Espinosa, Juan
Name Role: 
Presenter
Name Affiliation: 
BA Journalism '74. Co-founder of La Cucaracha newspaper in Pueblo, Colorado.
Resource Type: 
Moving image
Genre: 
symposia (conferences)
Place Created: 
Boulder (Colo.)
Date Created: 
2021-11-06
Language Term: 
English
Extent: 
1 video : color, sound; 53:58
Form: 
presentations (communicative events)
Abstract: 
Join CU alum and journalist Juan Espinosa (BA Journalism ‘74) for an audio-visual presentation of his photojournalism work documenting El Movimiento at CU Boulder, in Colorado, and across the West in the early 1970s. As an undergraduate at CU, Espinosa was the founder of El Diario de la Gente, UMAS’s student newspaper, and also served as one of its photographers and reporters. He was also the first student co-director of CU’s UMAS-Equal Opportunity Program (UMAS-EOP). Espinosa’s photographs document, among many other topics, conflicts within the UMAS-EOP program, the March 1973 police attack on the Crusade for Justice headquarters in Denver, La Raza Unida’s National Convention, the Constitutional Convention of the United Farm Workers Union, the May 1974 student occupation of CU’s Temporary Building 1, and the aftermath of the deaths of Los Seis de Boulder.
Note: 
08:16 Jessica Ordaz introduces the presentation and speaker; 11:00 Juan Espinosa begins his presentation. He starts by playing a video he created using photographs he took during the Chicano movement from 1971-1975; 15:00 Juan starts the video again with the sound; 34:10 The video addresses the support of UMAS for the Black Student Alliance (BSA); 38:40 The video presentation displays graphic images of the aftermath of the car bombs; 39:16 Video presentation shows portraits of the Los Seis victims starting with Neva Romero, Reyes Martinez, Una Jaakola, Florencio "Freddy" Granado, Heriberto Lee Teran, and Francisco Daugherty; 45:15 Juan checks to see if there are any questions for him in the chat. An audience member asks how he feels about Chicanx people using his photographs for educational purposes; 51:37 Juan talks about the photograph of him with his daughter in his backpack and how personal that photograph is for him considering the grief he felt at the time; 52:33 Jessica thanks Juan and ends the session.
Note Type: 
Segment sequence
Subject Topic: 
Photojournalism
Subject Topic: 
Student movements
Subject Topic: 
Chicano movement
Subject Name: 
UMAS (Organization)
Subject Geographic: 
Colorado--Boulder
Subject Temporal: 
Nineteen seventies
Subject Title: 
Los Seis de Boulder
Identifier: 
Session 5B 11.6.2021.mp4
Identifier ARK: 
https://ark.colorado.edu/ark:/47540/xw4h2p630113
Physical Location: 
University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections
Date Captured: 
2021-11-06
Internet Media Type: 
video/mp4
Digital Origin: 
born digital
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