The Life and Times of Willie Velásquez: Su Voto Es Su Voz

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Arte Público Press, 2003 - Fiction - 396 pages
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"Velasquez's work on voter rights and registration triggered an unprecedented mobilization of Latino voters in pivotal electoral states across the United States, including California, Illinois, and Texas. Today, as Latinos emerge to constitute America's new minority of record, with growing reach into other major states, such as New York, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, and North Carolina, Hispanic-American political influence - drawing on Velasquez's legacy - can only become more significant in the years to come."--BOOK JACKET.

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Juan A. Sepulveda, Jr.'s biography of Willie Velasquez, the founder of the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project (SVREP) and other leading Latino rights and justice groups, provides a first, definitive glimpse into Velasquez's life and times.

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