This book report talks about the book by Ernesto Vigil who was a twenty-year-old college dropout and draft resistor and decided to join the movement in 1968 after meeting Gonzales, the founder of the liberation movement, focusing on fighting against police brutality and racism…
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The book report "Reflection Paper" presents the description of events described in the book by Ernesto Vigil who was a draft resistor and decided to join the movement in 1968 after meeting Gonzales, the founder of the liberation movement. The author focuses on fighting against police brutality and racism as experienced by the Mexican Americans.
This is relevant since the Crusade for Justice in Colorado started from the brutal and unexplained deaths of Eddie Romeo in 1962 and Alfred Salazar in 1964 caused by Denver Police. Indeed, the author follows a clear order to show the intolerance and police brutality that led to the Crusade for Justice. I support the fight against police brutality and racism on the minority groups in America since the brutality and racism define unequal treatment. The author shows the impact of Gonzales’ participation in local democratic politics and activist activities. The author shows how federal agents and local police tried to stop the Crusade for Justice.
I have experienced female and international students face discrimination while going for election in student organizations. The audience understands the reading by following how Gonzales led the movement to oppose militancy and police brutality. Apparently, the Crusade for Justice achieved great success despite experiencing many challenges. I feel that the Crusade for Justice is an important movement in American and Mexican American history where the society rose against racial discrimination and police brutality.
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