Index
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“brownout” gives rise to, 193n38;
family trope in, 74; as first Latino-
themed, Latino-produced broadcast
television drama, 193n41; Price
of Glory compared with, 92–93;
Resurrection Blvd. compared with,
91–92
“American Family: Mi Casa Es Su Casa”
(Noriega), 74
American Me (Olmos), 106, 197n17,
201n41
American Tapestry (Nava), 68
Anal sex, 144, 145, 204n6
Anders, Allison, 119, 199n30
Anderson, Benedict, 65, 177n5
Antiessentialism, 7, 10–12
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 14, 53, 140
Appadurai, Arjun, 171, 185n23
Armas, José: Flor y Canto IV and V: An
Anthology of Chicano Literature,
142; on gay men, 147, 152–53; on
importance of family in Chicano
culture, 19; “Machismo,” 17, 145,
146, 205n11; on machismo, 46–47,
146, 206n13; raised by his mother,
147; on women’s and gay liberation
movements, 145–46. See also
Familia de La Raza, La (Armas)
Abundis, Frank, 152
Accíon Chicano (television series), 65
Acculturation, 24, 179n5
Acosta, Oscar “Zeta,” 138
Ada, Alma Flor, 42
Agueda Martínez: Our People, Our
Country (Vásquez), 189n12
Aguirre, Valentín, 18, 157, 171–76
¡Ahora! (television series): Chicano-
based counterimagery in, 16, 55;
Chicano culture presented on, 65;
family principle transmitted by, 66,
67; recordings of, 190n14
Akwid, 102, 103
Alarcón, Francisco X., 135, 136, 165
Aldama, Arturo, 13
Alfaro, Luis, 207n21, 210n7
Algarín, Frank, 75
Ali, Lorraine, 110
Almaguer, Tomás: on Chicano gay male
literary production, 136–37, 138–39;
on La Familia, 32; on penetrator
versus penetrated in gay sex, 144–45
ALT (Al Trivette), 101, 108, 199n31
Alurista (Alberto Urista), 20, 35, 114
Alvarez, Fred, 100
Alvarez, Gabriel, 115
American Family (television series):
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