The perspective of five Chicanas in today's movement, featuring Adelaida Del Castillo, linguistics major at UCLA and associate editor of the first Chicana magazine, entitled Encuentro Femenil; Francisca Flores, director of the Chicana Service Action Center, which provides employment and job training; Alicia Escalante, founder of and consultant to the Chicana Welfare Rights Organization; Evelina Alarcon, first Chicana director of the Marxist organization El Instituto del Pueblo; and Maria Santilenas, former inmate at the California Institute for Women (CIW) in Frontera, mother of three children and community worker at Community Concern, who talks with Rene Madas, UCLA student and organizer of Mexican-American Research Association (MARA), a Pinta (Chicana prisoner) organization at CIW. Produced by Ana Soto for La Raza Nueva on KPFK 90.7 FM. Victor Vazquez from KPFK News and Public Affairs department introduces the program.
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