Cheated on la again but that's ok some times when your on the red road the direction changes . Cardio and leg day , 335 squats again . New goal and gain 823 on the linear press . 280 on leg extensions and nice n mellow on hamstrings for 150 . I may not look like much but this arapaho is getting there and I feel good . #bluecloudmen#arapaho#nativepride#fitness#gymlife#selfcare#lovelife
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=Josefina Fierro De Bright=
Early Mexican American leader who helped organize resistance against discrimination in the American Southwest during the Great Depression of the late 1920s and 30s.Josefina was the daughter of migrant parents who had fled Mexico to settle in California when the Mexican Revolution erupted.Josefina grew up in Los Angeles and the San Juaquin Valley.In 1938,she enrolled into UCLA,where she had planned to study medicine,but activism on behalf of the Mexican American community took up most of her time and effort.She gave up her studies and became an organizer,her style was described as gutsy,flamboyant,and tough by Chicano labor and civil rights leader Bert Corona. Josefina began to lead boycotts against companies that did business in Mexican American communities but did not hire Mexican American workers.Her work brought her the attention of a Mexican American group called El Congreso de Habla Española(Spanish Speaking Congress).El Congreso was organizing Mexican migrants to stand up for thier rights.The Congress leaders asked Josefina to help them establish a branch in Los Angeles which represented a major effort by the Mexican American generation of that time.This effort was aimed at securing basic rights for Mexican American and Mexican workers.
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