A short biography from the Library of Congress on Octavio Larrazolo, an influential Hispanic political leader during the Progressive Movement. As a senator, he fought for the Mexican American population rights and voice, challenging the Spanish speaking population's inequality.
This cite provides a general history and analysis of Hispanics living and working in america. In the beginning, they were synonymous with the worst of jobs but through racism and bigotry, they made names for themselves and even supported themselves through labor unions.
Article features a thorough analysis on Mexican American rooted struggles and discrimination, stemming from the Industrialization and Progressive eras. Mainly focuses on inequality in education, but highlights other general problems that attributed to this.
An article that describes the Sociedades Mutualistas, an organization that aided Mexican Americans with their financial needs. They also advocated for social reform concerning the Mexican Americans, similar to the African American's NAACP.