This month Allegra and Mariano focus on Oscar Zeta Acosta who was one of the more colorful activists during the Los Angeles’ Chicano movement of the late 60s early 70s. They give a review of the PBS special that re-enacts all the gathered information and interviews with this conflicted character.
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Allegra Alvarado

Host, HISTORY OF COLOR & TV ATE MY BRAIN I am a mother, wife and current nursing student as well as life student. I've packed many experiences into my life and am looking forward to more. I love writing, science fiction (particularly A.I. driven stories) as well as pop culture and history. I have a passion for good and for timeless style. I always look to have my ideals challenged and to meet people that have different life experiences and points of view.

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