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The [[40th Anniversary Commemoration Committee of the Chicano Moratoriums]] was formed in the summer 2009 by the Chair of the [[National Chicano Moratorium Committee]] of August 29, 1970 along with two independent Chicano Movement historians whom although not of the baby boomer generation, have become inspired by the Movimiento.
 
The [[40th Anniversary Commemoration Committee of the Chicano Moratoriums]] was formed in the summer 2009 by the Chair of the [[National Chicano Moratorium Committee]] of August 29, 1970 along with two independent Chicano Movement historians whom although not of the baby boomer generation, have become inspired by the Movimiento.
  
The organization posted a list of significant “Chicano movement” activists on its website which included Sal Baldenegro, of [[Tucson]].<ref>http://chicanomoratorium.org/html/moratorium_participants.html</ref>
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The organization posted a list of significant “Chicano movement” activists on its website which included Sal Baldenegro, of [[Tucson]].<ref>[http://chicanomoratorium.org/html/moratorium_participants.html Chicano Moratorium website: Moratorium Participants] (accessed on April 16, 2010)</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Sal Baldenegro

Chicano movement

The 40th Anniversary Commemoration Committee of the Chicano Moratoriums was formed in the summer 2009 by the Chair of the National Chicano Moratorium Committee of August 29, 1970 along with two independent Chicano Movement historians whom although not of the baby boomer generation, have become inspired by the Movimiento.

The organization posted a list of significant “Chicano movement” activists on its website which included Sal Baldenegro, of Tucson.[1]

References

  1. Chicano Moratorium website: Moratorium Participants (accessed on April 16, 2010)