What does it mean to you?
This writing will not be a study in primary, secondary, or tertiary colors, but you know that.
I am a Chicano male, and for those not aware of that designation, the term started in the 1960s. It was defined as a person being born in America to Mexican parents. Many young Mexicans in the 70s adopted “Chicano” as a badge of pride. We knew we were Americans; our birth certificate said…